Re: where to put hotkeys?
THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
> This will be a little long,
> Right click Computer, and properties,
> select Advanced system settings,
> select Environment Variables,
> in the lower window, select Path and edit,
> Right arrow to drop the highlite, right arrow to the end of line,
> Click a semicolon before adding on.
> Good luck,
> "charles cashion" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Any shortcut will allow you to assign a hotkey to it.
>> But the hotkey fails to work. I suspect that the shortcut
>> has to be in the path. Under XP, I could put the shortcut
>> into C:\WINDOWS. Under Vista HP, I am not allowed to put
>> anything in C:\WINDOWS. (Even though I am administrator)
>> I suppose I could add C:\Users\ccashion to the path, but
>> I am not sure where to add it.
>> So I guess my two questions are: (1) how do I place a
>> shortcut in C:\WINDOWS? and (2) where can I add to the
>> path and have it picked up when I boot? and (3) is there
>> some better way to accomplish this which has nothing to
>> do with either (1) or (2)?