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Windows 7: I Am Looking To Add MS Office 2007 Programs To My Context Menu?

29 Jun 2011   #1

Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1 & Windows 8 & 8.1 Pro x64
 
 
I Am Looking To Add MS Office 2007 Programs To My Context Menu?

Hello. I have a question...

Is there a way to add a link to open Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 to my context menu on Windows 7 64-bit operating system? I am also looking to add Microsoft Word 2007, and Microsoft Outlook 2007 to that right-click drop down menu too. I would assume, I may be wrong, but would these be conducted or setup the same way like OneNote is? I use these applications a lot and it would make things a little quicker and easier.

I am looking to have it incorporated into the context menu using/running a script with a simple clean code (please no hex code) that I can run to make the quick accurate changes. I am also looking to add a small icon next for each Office program that is the actual program representation in the context menu as well. Please do not provide me the manual method steps to perform this function to the registry. Please provide a completed REG file attached to your response or a Windows System Registry script I can therefore make my own REG file from. I am not interested in a third party program either that would perform this action as well.

I cannot believe this would be too difficult to do. I am guessing 6 lines of code maybe (2 for each of the 3 MS Office programs?)?!? I maybe wrong??

Please reply.

Thank you!

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29 Jun 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate - 64-bit | Windows 8 Pro - 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by montecarlo1987 View Post
Hello. I have a question...

Is there a way to add a link to open Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 to my context menu on Windows 7 64-bit operating system? I am also looking to add Microsoft Word 2007, and Microsoft Outlook 2007 to that right-click drop down menu too. I would assume, I may be wrong, but would these be conducted or setup the same way like OneNote is? I use these applications a lot and it would make things a little quicker and easier.

I am looking to have it incorporated into the context menu using/running a script with a simple clean code (please no hex code) that I can run to make the quick accurate changes. I am also looking to add a small icon next for each Office program that is the actual program representation in the context menu as well. Please do not provide me the manual method steps to perform this function to the registry. Please provide a completed REG file attached to your response or a Windows System Registry script I can therefore make my own REG file from. I am not interested in a third party program either that would perform this action as well.

I cannot believe this would be too difficult to do. I am guessing 6 lines of code maybe (2 for each of the 3 MS Office programs?)?!? I maybe wrong??

Please reply.

Thank you!

Hello there,

You could try this program Add Programs To Windows 7 Context Menu or |MG| Right Click Context Menu Extender 2.0 Download
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