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How do I add Links to specific folders to the task bar?

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I would like to add several links (shortcuts) to specific folders to my task bar in Windows 7.  I know how to pin folders to Explorer, but I would like to add direct links to the task bar that would go straight to folders that I access regularly.  How would I do that?
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kpourbaix--
Here is a procedure to do what you want.  Skip to the Here's How section
http://www.unawave.de/windows-7-tipps/folder-to-taskbar.html?lang=EN

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http://www.7tutorials.com/how-pin-any-folder-windows-7-taskbar
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Thank you - that did the trick.
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kpourbaix--
You are welcome.
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