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Creating Shortcuts from within VB5?

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Is there a way of creating short cuts (lnk files) from within VB5.
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TABBC,

I created a sample project for you that I tested and made sure it works.  You can get go to the following URL & Download it.  It's called "VB Code Shortcuts.zip"

ftp://ftp.one.net/pub/users/kevinw/VisualBasic/


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Hatchet,

Thank you very much.

Regards

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Welcome.    ; )

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