Re: Open File Pane
Have you tried puting a shortcut to the LINKs file in your user directory
(c:\users\[your name]\links)? On my system, thats where the shortcuts those
icons represent reside.
> Hi richard
> Thanks for the reply, no the drag and drop doesnt work for this...
> When you "Open File" panel on the left side if about 5 icons you can select
> to open.
> To add an Icon there you have to type in an "app line" to allow you to do
> I want to add an ICON shortcut on the left side of the Open File Panel...
> Thanks a lot...
> "Richard Hay" wrote:
> > If you mean adding a shortcut to that upper left set of links just drag and
> > drop it there.
> > --
> > Richard Hay
> > Windows Live Butterfly
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> > "visualvideo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > news:5BEF735F-8136-46E7-8D18-4B6543EE5A4F@microsoft.com...
> > > How do you add a "Favorite Icon" to the left side of the Open File Pane.
> > >
> > > Its not available in any of the links or favorites folders, I know you
> > > need
> > > to type in an "app" line to do this, can't remember what it is???
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > > Joe