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When you install most software programs they will either ask you if you want a shortcut on the desktop or they'll just put ...
one there. You can do the same thing and put shortcuts to folders or files for quick access from your desktop.
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Hi, this is Michael E. Callahan Dr. File Finder and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on how to create your own desktop shortcuts.
Now you know that when you install many programs they create shortcuts of the desktop for you. Or many programs will also ask if you want a shortcut on the desktop. Well you can make your own shortcut to any file or folder on your system.
So on your desktop just right click, move down on to new go over to shortcut. Now you see here we have a dialogue and we can browse. So now we have My Computer, Drive C, and here’s my download directory. So I think I’ll create a shortcut for that. Now click next, now I can either just leave the name there, download and here it is right on my desktop. If I want I can also make a shortcut to a file or program. So go to new, shortcut, dialogue comes up, click browse, I’ll go to My Computer again, I’ll go to Drive C, I’ll go in to the download folder and this time I’ll pick a file, I’ll say okay, I’ll leave that as the name, say finish and here is my shortcut.
Now if I want to open that file I don’t have to go in to the download folder I can just double click on the shortcut and it will, open up right there. So that’s how you can create shortcuts to files, or folders, or programs on your computer with just a few simple clicks and that’s all the risk to it.