Shortcut Target Menu 1.2
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Read Me First
With the Shortcut Target menu, you can find out
the properties for the file to which a shortcut is pointing.
The Microsoft® Windows® Shell
Development Team has put together a set of productivity tools called
PowerToys. If you're a Windows
power-user, go ahead and try them out, but realize these
are unsupported tools.
Microsoft Technical Support is unable to answer questions about
download is not intended for use on computers running Microsoft®
Windows NT or Windows 95.
How to Download
- Create a folder
by right-clicking on the desktop, clicking New, and then clicking Folder. Type a name for the folder.
- Click the Download Now button at the top or bottom of
this page. In the File download dialog box that appears on your
screen, click Save Program to
- In the Save As dialog box, choose to
save the file in the folder you just created, then click
- Open the folder and double-click the
downloaded file. This may create several new files in your
folder. Among these, look for "Read Me" or
- The "Read Me" file will
contain any additional download information you need to know. To
install the file, right click the .INF file and click Install.
How to Get Started
After you complete the download, right-click
any shortcut to view the properties of the file it is pointing
Last Updated: Friday, November 24, 2000