Thank you for your response Andre.
I right click start menu / open all users / programs
the programs shortcut shown here is different with
left click start / programs /
In fact, the program shortcut I deleted is not in: right click start menu /
open all users / programs. But, these deleted shortcuts are in "left click
start / programs /
What is the difference and how confusing?
I am the only user of this system and am sure I have Administrative
Privileges. How can I be sure to verify it? I also have User Control turn
I am told by my manager not to set all systems in the office program menu to
use other program fix.
But un-able to re-order the Program Menu is VERY POOR Vista feature.
I do not understand why Microsoft MUST sort the program menu?
"Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin]" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Make sure you are deleting the menu with Administrative Priviledges. Also,
> try doing it this way, Right click 'Start menu' > Open All Users > open
> 'Programs' > select the Program group folder you want to delete and click
> I assume its just not supported in Vista for alphabetization of the Start
> menu in default or Classic. It was suggested before as the only way to do
> it, but looks like it turned out not to be so.
> Try this program suggested by Gigodemon:
> Use this program -