send to

  1x11456 13:47 23 Aug 2003

is there any way i can add a short cut to my second hdd on the (right click ) send to list at the moment i only know of send to desktop copy then goto disk f paste this takes a hell of a long time and the short cut would help. any help would be appeciated. thanks glenn

  Jester2K II 13:50 23 Aug 2003

What version Windows OS?

If 95 / 95 look for a folder under the Windows directory called send to. Add a shortcut to your drive there. Then it'll appear on your Send To list

  powerless 13:51 23 Aug 2003

Create a shortcut on the desktp.

Right click > New > Shortcut >

Type the location of the item:

Type: F:

Click Next.

Enter a name for the shorcut.

Click finish.

If you are using XP, then go to start > Run > Type: sendto

Copy and paste the shortcut that you have just made into the sendto folder.

When you right click, sendto your F drive will appear ;-)

  1x11456 13:55 23 Aug 2003

win xp home

  powerless 13:59 23 Aug 2003

Then as above will do what you want.

  anchor 17:17 23 Aug 2003

Have a look at "SendTo"; I use it all the time and find it excellent; free too!. Works on all flavours of Windows.

click here

  woodchip 17:21 23 Aug 2003

In the Windows folder you should see Send to folder right click the drive you want to send files to and drag to the send to folder create a short cut

  woodchip 17:23 23 Aug 2003

If it?s a specific folder on that drive then you can do the same with that

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