Windows Vista Tips: Adding a Menu Shortcut In "Send To"

Windows Vista Tips: Adding a Menu Shortcut In "Send To"
If you right-click on a file in Windows Explorer, you'll see a menu called "Send To". This menu contains the program shortcut that when clicked will open a file that we had right-click. Actually, we can add a shortcut specific program on "Send To" is, for example, PAINT program to open the image file. Here's how to add a shortcut to the "Send To":

- Press WINDOWS + R (Windows key and R buttons simultaneously).

- Type this command:% APPDATA% \ Microsoft \ Windows \ SendTo and then press ENTER. This will open the folder "Send To" in Windows Explorer.

- Later in the right pane in Windows Explorer, right-click and select New> Shortcut.

- Click the Browse button, and find the location of the program file that you want String together a shortcut. Program files have the extension. Exe. Then click the Next button.

- Then type a name for the shortcut, and then click the Finish button. Completed.

Now open Windows Explorer, then right-click any file and select "Send To". There will be a visible shortcut just created. If the shortcut is clicked, the program designated by the shortcut will open the file.
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