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Robust Shortcut Menu - without an install

Posted on 2015-02-22
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I need a way to keep a list of favorites locations or items in a single location.  I don't always have IE open and to make matters worse, we cannot install software.  However, I still need a menu that I can select any type of item from (specific folder locations, specific programs, individual files, urls, etc)  Assistance in finding a way to do this is greatly appreciated.
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by:Qlemo
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Create a toolbar in the taskbar, and put all links you need into it.
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by:frugalmule
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Outstanding.  Is there any way to turn the sorting off so that I can just move them up and down as needed?
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You should be able to move them around in the toolbar.
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by:frugalmule
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I had to uncheck the sorting options and then I was allowed to move them.  Thank you very much.
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