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Old 09-09-2011, 07:38 PM   #11
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susie: Speaking of these folders, why on earth have they put folders there that they won't let you open. If they are that secret, why show them? Besides, if you tell me I can't open a folder, I'll die trying.
ROFL!!! That was exactly what I thought and my approach...'-}}

It's like early on in the design process they needed those folders as some sort of linking mechanism from old to new and then forgot about them until too late so they couldn't add the code that would actually process the link from the old folder to where the new stuff is now stored...it's bizarre!

I don't know if you see those weird folders if you haven't turned on "show hidden". I did find the Start Menu > Programs equivalent for individual users (rather than All Users or Default) in:

c:\users\yourwindowsuserid\appdata\roaming\microsoft\windows\start menu

What is that with "roaming"????

Terrie

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