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In Windows 7 you have to press ALT in an explorer window to get the menu to pull up. Is there any way I can make this permanent?

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In Windows 7 you have to press ALT in an explorer window to get the menu to pull up. Is there any way I can make this permanent?
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In folder options, there is an "Always Show Menus" option, you can click...... Just type Folder Options in the search box on the Start Menu, and go to the View Tab......
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You can also click on the Organize menu in Windows Explorer, choose Layout, then put a check mark next to Menu Bar.
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Always Show Menus option
As mentioned, the option's screenshot is shown above.
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Thank you! :)
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I should say Thank you to ALL!!! :)
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Your welcome!!

If I could make a suggestion though... I would click the Request Attention link at the top and request the thread to be reopened, as LeeTutor's suggestion was valid as well.

Glad it was an easy answer though...
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Thank you, Fraserreid and johnb6767.
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