Re: Using Favorite Links
You're welcome - glad it's sorted.
Microsoft MVP [Windows Shell/User]
"McAlex" <McAlex@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Thank you, Keith. The last paragraph of your answer was spot on !
> The folder tree pane has indeed been dragged too far up. I pulled the
> border down, and the problem is solved now. Great stuff !
> Best regards
> "Keith Miller (MVP)" wrote:
>> The default action for dropping an item in the Favorites Links pane is
>> 'Create Shortcut', so a left-click drag & drop should be sufficient --
>> that work?
>> The shortcuts displayed in the Favorites Links pane are found in the
>> folder in your <UserName> folder, do shortcuts in that folder display in
>> Favorites Links pane?
>> If not, see what folder opens when you type:
>> in the Start Search box. If it's not the folder you want, use the 'Move'
>> button on the 'Location' tab in the Properties dialog for the folder to
>> point at the folder you want.
>> Has the Folder tree pane been dragged so far up that you can't see the
>> contents of the Favorites Links pane? You can drag the border between
>> two to adjust the spacing.
>> Good Luck,
>> Microsoft MVP [Windows Shell/User]
>> "McAlex" <McAlex@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >I can't right click a favorite subfolder and drag it to Favorite Links
>> > create a shortcut. When I relase the mouse button I am not asked to
>> > select:
>> > "create shortcut here". The bar which moved to the left pane, to
>> > Favorite
>> > Links, when draging, just disappears and the drag operation is ignored.
>> > Is it because I might have deleted some sample links when I was
>> > trying
>> > and fiddling to use this practical feature ?
>> > On the very top of the left pane I see 'Favorite Links' only shaded
>> > and
>> > below in blue 'More >>'. That's all. Where do I have to drag here
>> > exactely ?