July 22nd, 2004, 01:27 AM
Succeded in braking Windo
The "Send To" feature found in Windows is extremely useful, but in its default state is quite limited. For those of you who primarily work with a few files and applications, it may be easier to open them via "Send To", than the old fashion way of loading up programs then opening up the file.
To edit your "Send To" options load up Windows Explorer then go to your Documents and Settings folder. Select your identity then click the SendTo folder, to see it though you might have to choose the "Show hidden files and folders" option radio box in your folder options. Once you're in the SendTo folder, simply place a shortcut of your favorite or most access application and you're done. From now on when right click on a file and go to the send to option, you'll see the new application name right there.