[BCAB] Making a shortcut, Win 10
terry at describe-online.com
Thu Oct 31 15:26:29 GMT 2019
alt in Win 7 seems to bring up a menu which includes properties etc. as I
Yes, when I ask Courtana, it seems to bring up Bing.
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From: Georgina Joyce
Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2019 3:15 PM
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Subject: Re: [BCAB] Making a shortcut, Win 10
I was confused over your last bit. Are you saying that alt + enter doesn’t
bring up a properties dialog?
What you are talking about is the path variable. Perhaps a search on how to
add paths in windows 10 might help.
I don’t know how you use bing, I get totally lost with it.
> On 31 Oct 2019, at 15:05, Terry Robinson <terry at describe-online.com>
> Hi all,
> Bing wasn't very helpful on this one.
> I want to create a shortcut to a file C:\qlog\qlog.exe on the desktop.
> Because this isn't supposed to be in the normal program files, windows
> doesn't seem to find it. There doesn't seem to be an option or even a
> properties dialogue when I select the file and hit alt.
> I'm then expected to enter data in a "target box" within the shortcut.
> I really don't know why these apparently simple things seem so much more
> difficult in Win 10 than they were before.
> Cheers and thanks,
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