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Where are the shortcuts in Windows 7

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When you click start, there is a series of shortcuts there.  Where can I find them?

What I want to do is have all those shortcuts move to a specific user and when a new user is created, they will not have them.  In XP I just right-click on Start, choose open all users, move them to the specific user and done.  

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It almost the same as in XP... you just click on start, then hover over the All Programs link and do a right-clik "Open all users:"
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you are right, totally overlooked that!
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