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

Posted on 2000-03-04
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I am writing a search tools and want to
add it under Start-->Find submenu in
Windows95/98/NT/2000, how to do it?
what registry value need to modify or add?


Best Rgds.

Shekou
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by:PJansen
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You can find the Find... options in the registry at:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\explorer\FindExtensions

I don't know the exact structure and syntaxes, but maybe the above will help.

Peter
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by:shekou
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Thank you peter
That helps, but not solve problem
complete, do you know where could
find exact structure and syntaxes?
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inthe earned 100 total points
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Hi
its bit more complicated than just adding reg entries.
you need shell extension stuff for this, see more details on the findextensions:
http://www.users.lia.net/chris/win32/find.html

you could use some of the code from the demos\activeX\Shellext\contextenu.pas in your delphi installation.

Regards Barry
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