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Rearranging Programs under, Start, All Programs...

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Jennymac, Apr 16, 2004.

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  1. Jennymac

    Jennymac Thread Starter

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    How do I rearrange my programs under Start, All Programs? I want to be able to group things together, (i.e., graphic Art and Desktop Publishing programs, Media programs, etc.).

    I thought you could do it under windows explorer by clicking and dragging folders but I guess I was WRONG (wouldn't be the first time gosh darnit).

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Maybe there will come a day when you can drop some homeade cookies into your email box and send em', ay?

    Take care and everyone have a stellar weekend!!

    :D
     
  2. Emtronics

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    Go into Windows Explorer and navigate to the Windows/Documents and Settings/YOUR USER NAME/Start Menu/Programs and play with the folder by drop and drag. :D

    NOTE: These folders may be hidden and you'll have to un-hide them via folder options.
     
  3. brushmaster1

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    [tsg=welcome] Welcome, Jenny [/tsg]

    You should be able to drag and drop right in the Programs menu.
     
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