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To The "Send To" Menu
(Internet Explorer (Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP)
Advanced User Tip
Have you ever noticed when you right-click certain files, the pop-up menu has an item that says "Send To"? Have you ever wonder how you can add things to the "Send To" menu? You can add as many as you want! Just follow these steps to add items the "Send To" menu:
- Start by finding a program you'd like to place inside the Send To menu.
- Right-click on the chosen item and select Send To > Desktop (create shortcut).
- Go to your desktop and right-click the shortcut you just created and select Send To > Shortcut to Send To.
- You just placed the shortcut inside the Send To menu without having to manually cut and paste it inside the Windows > Send To folder.
- Right-click anything and select Send To again. You should now see the program listed in the menu.
Please remember! You must create a shortcut to the item you wish to include inside the Send To menu. This means you can't place the actual program inside the menu.