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How to add a item under Start-->Find?

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I write a program and want to add it
under Start-Find menu, how to do it?
need to create something in registry?

Thanks

Shekou
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by:caramilk
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Why do you want to put it under start/find?
Why don't you just put it under your start menu?
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by:RickHulshof
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I agree with caramilk - changing windows formating is a dangerous procedure.
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by:shekou
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Because I writing a search tools, so
want to integrate with Start-->Find
menu.

Rgds

Shekou
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There is really only one way and it's a little more complicated then a simple registry hack.  Make sure you BACK UP explorer.exe before you start tampering.

http://www.annoyances.org/win95/win95ann2.html#22
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by:compmania
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by:sahnun100
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Don't do it Shaikh, looks like a dodgy tweak!
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