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Anonymous
June 12, 2005 11:10:56 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize (More info?)

I guess a registry edit is needed, as you're not by far the first person
to tell me this can't be done though Windows. Any idea where I could
request this edit? I'm far from an expert with the Windows Registry.

Loki-uk Wrote:
> Hi there the only folder that you can add here are certain system
> folders
> like my network places and my favorites etc. To do the right click on
> the
> start button from the menu that appears left click on properties. Click
> on
> the customize button to the right of thr start menu option. Next click
> on the
> advanced tab at the top now in the centre is a box with all of the
> available
> folders in you can scroll down and tick the ones you want to add and
> even
> choose in some cases how they are displayed. I have looked into this
> too and
> I have been unable to add any otehr folders onto this side of the start
> menu.
> I have never seen any other folders added I imagine that you may be
> able to
> do it with a registry hack but to date I havent seen any. Hope this
> helps and
> if not I hope you find what your after.
>
> Brian
>
> "Isolated" wrote:
> -
>
> I've been searching for a while, but can't find an answer to this
> one.
> On the right side of Windows XP's start menu, we've got buttons like
> 'My Documents', 'My Network Places', etc. I want to add more folders
> there, as per this pictu
> http://img119.echo.cx/img119/4687/startmenu9ny.jpg.
>
> Are there any edits that can be made to change this area? Any help
> and/or suggestions
> are much appreciated. :) 
>
>
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Anonymous
June 13, 2005 5:12:18 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize (More info?)

i found a way to change the menu. using the registry is needed a bit.

i found an application the will help you with this issue.
i lost it. i'll post the url to it if i find it again.

"Isolated" <Isolated.1qjv1o@pcbanter.net> wrote in message
news:Isolated.1qjv1o@pcbanter.net...
>
> I guess a registry edit is needed, as you're not by far the first person
> to tell me this can't be done though Windows. Any idea where I could
> request this edit? I'm far from an expert with the Windows Registry.
>
> Loki-uk Wrote:
>> Hi there the only folder that you can add here are certain system
>> folders
>> like my network places and my favorites etc. To do the right click on
>> the
>> start button from the menu that appears left click on properties. Click
>> on
>> the customize button to the right of thr start menu option. Next click
>> on the
>> advanced tab at the top now in the centre is a box with all of the
>> available
>> folders in you can scroll down and tick the ones you want to add and
>> even
>> choose in some cases how they are displayed. I have looked into this
>> too and
>> I have been unable to add any otehr folders onto this side of the start
>> menu.
>> I have never seen any other folders added I imagine that you may be
>> able to
>> do it with a registry hack but to date I havent seen any. Hope this
>> helps and
>> if not I hope you find what your after.
>>
>> Brian
>>
>> "Isolated" wrote:
>> -
>>
>> I've been searching for a while, but can't find an answer to this
>> one.
>> On the right side of Windows XP's start menu, we've got buttons like
>> 'My Documents', 'My Network Places', etc. I want to add more folders
>> there, as per this pictu
>> http://img119.echo.cx/img119/4687/startmenu9ny.jpg.
>>
>> Are there any edits that can be made to change this area? Any help
>> and/or suggestions
>> are much appreciated. :) 
>>
>>
>> --
>> Isolated
>> -
>
>
> --
> Isolated
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