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I've added folders to my start menu under programs.  On Win95, these folders were sorted when I clicked on the start menu.  The order of the folders on the start menu appear to be in the order they were created.  Can they be sorted by name in Win98?
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cwirrgan,
Just place your cursor at any space of the start-programs-softwares shortcuts and folders.

Right click to pop up a context menu and select "Sort by name".

Then the folders of programs will sort by name in alphabetical order from "A...Z", then the shortcuts will just follow after the last program folders from "A...Z".

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cwirrgan, Thanks!   pslh
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