Where on a windows xp system can you configure the applications suggested under open with for an extension

like in the attached screenshot
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itbabeAsked:
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parnassoCommented:
In windows registry you can create a tree to assign an extension to an application. Take a look at the following answer:

Experts exchange file extension
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Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
Open "My Computer", select the "Tools" tab and click on "Folder Options."  Click on the "File Types" tab.  Select the file type in the left hand pane, then click on "Change" at right.  This allows adding, changing and deleting program associations for any registered file type.  If the file type is not registered, it can be added using the "New" button.
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itbabeAuthor Commented:
I don't want to asociate a file type with an application.

In my case its a tab separated value file for which I want to have users see excel as a possible way to open an application.

I know a user can click browse and than select an application so it is listed under the "other programs" but in our case the c:\drive is blocked for access for the users and they cannot browse to excel.exe.
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Guillermo FeijóoSystems administratorCommented:
You can make a shortcout to excel in the desktop so when they browse they´ll be able to browse to it.
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