Placing Icon Inside Windows 7 Explorer

I feel stupid even asking this question because I know I have done this before, but when you click Save As in almost any application, a version of what I believe to be Explorer pops up offering the directory currently associated with the file you are working with. In that window, there is a bar on the left hand side. I want to place additional directory icons there.  Please see the example jpg.

In the attached example, I want to add the CF directory.  I have clicked numerous places and attempted multiple drag and drops - all to no avail.

For most of you this is probably a "no-brainer", so thanks in advance for taking the time.
Bill GoldenExecutive Managing MemberAsked:
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helpfinderIT ConsultantCommented:
in windows explorer (win key + e) browse the location your folder is (CF directory in your case) and drag and drop to the left side under Favorites
Bill GoldenExecutive Managing MemberAuthor Commented:
That does not get me where I am trying to go.  That process merely saves the CF directory into Favorites.  I probably misspoke when I said the "Save As" screen was a version of Windows Explorer.  I wish I could be more specific but the panel on the left of the Save As screen is not a listing of Favorites.
Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
> Please see the example jpg.
> In the attached example,

Nothing was attached. Also, it's better to embed rather than attach. Here's a quick-read article, How to Embed Screenshots in Posts, that explains the embedding technique. Regards, Joe

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I think you are talking about the Navigation Pane in Windows Explorer.  The items in the Favorites section of the Navigation Pane come from C:\Users\Username\Links
If you go there and right click in the window, you will be offered New|Folder.  You should be able to add the location link to CF there.
Since I do not know what CF is I cannot be more specific.  Do you mean Compressed Folder?  If so, Compressed Folder is one of the options when you right click|New in the Links folder
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Bill GoldenExecutive Managing MemberAuthor Commented:
Screen Shot
I have embedded the screen shot.  Very easy indeed.
Bill GoldenExecutive Managing MemberAuthor Commented:
CF is merely the name of a Folder.
That is the Places Bar.  It came with Win XP.  (Your tags suggest you are running Win 7?)
You can create a Places Bar in Win 7 using the Registry hack in this article.

Personally I would not recommend you mess with the Registry, but rather use the modifications to the Navigation Pane per the procedures in my earlier post.
Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
Under Win7 you should be seeing the following standard dialog, so are you indeed talking about the Favorites area?

Or, might you be using a new application like Excel 2013, that provides it's own custom dialog that looks dramatically different than this.  Grab a picture of what you are talking about so we can see it...

Save As
Bill GoldenExecutive Managing MemberAuthor Commented:
Essentially no one had the correct solution but I may not have asked the question in the right manner.  A kid wondered through my office and showed me the answer.  In the Save As mode, Click Tools.  The drop down menu has as an option to, if you have a directory or file highlighted, Add to "My Places" option.  That's it.  Was looking me in the face, so to speak, all along.

Thanks everyone.  I learned a lot about several other things in the process.

Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
A couple of related posts, for future reference.  It sounds like you are working with an Office application, on Windows XP.

Glad you got it sorted out.

Bill GoldenExecutive Managing MemberAuthor Commented:
Excel 2003 in Windows 7
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