Outlook and "My Desktop"

Within Outlook 2000 , on the tab on the left. The one called shortcuts or something. There is an icon for "My Documents" clicking on that will launch and show all the "My documents" on the right side. Is there any way to customize any of this, like renanme that shortcut, or even moving it into another tab or something.
Is there anything on the web that I don't know about, with regards to customizing thing?
please advise
solraccheffyAsked:
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fantasy1001Commented:
Yes. You can do stuff with the shortcut with right clicking on it. You can even create new bar if you right clicking on the bar. Thanks and Cheers
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solraccheffyAuthor Commented:
Is there any documentation or sdk on this I want to be able to do this stuff, but how can this be deployed to a bunch of users without going to all client desktops.
I tried to right click on the shortcut to get the porperties of "My Documents" but it does not come up....why doesnt the properties windows come up....what is the path of this shortcut.
Please advise more.
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moduloCommented:
PAQed, with points refunded (125)

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