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How can I delete "My Documents" in the "Documents" item of start menu ?

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by:kolpy
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1. Right Click mouse in an empty portion of the Task Bar.
2. Choose Properties.
3. Choose Start Menu Programs tab.
4. Choose Clear in the bottom half of the tab releating to Documents Menu.

Hope this helps
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by:andrewyu
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No, I want to delete the "My Documents" !

Andrew
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vikiing earned 10 total points
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At that point (Start --> Documents), the name "My documents" is simply a name, and can't be deleted from the menu.
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by:andrewyu
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Oh I see !
Thank you very much !

Andrew
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