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Solved: Moving Something to Programs List on XP

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by helpmeguise, Jan 24, 2011.

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  1. helpmeguise

    helpmeguise Thread Starter

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    yo, so like...

    I recently bought Adobe Photoshop. After downloading it, I realized it did not turn as a "folder" on the program list, like many of the other programs I have on my computer. It had individual links like 'photoshop' and 'imageready' etc, which kind of irritated me a bit.

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    as seen here.

    As an attempt to drag out an "Adobe" folder from the list, and put 'Photoshop' with 'ImageReady' in Adobe, I tried dragging it back to my startbar, lol. Yeah, it didn't work and it didn't turn on my All Programs>, but as a folder on the left. Little things like this bug me.

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    Any idea on how I can just put it as something on my programs list?
    sorry if this sounds confusing, i tried explaining it.

    thank you!
     
  2. lunarlander

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    Go to \Documents and Settings\<your account name>\Start Menu\Programs. In there make your folder called Adobe, and inside Adobe, create shortcuts to those Adobe programs.
     
  3. helpmeguise

    helpmeguise Thread Starter

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    Thank you!
     
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