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help me create directory name aliases please
Win 7 changes the way directories are organized, and now programs that use "old directory names" need new directory names. Consider this entry from a program called Reference Manager
"a_journals" was a directory where all journal articles were stored. I used "a_" so that all of these directories were at the top of the "open file" command.
The new way to do this in Win 7 is
file://C:\Users\rozniak\My Journals\Guidelines\2006 MHRA (British).pdf
So I need Win 7 to see
"c:\a_journals\" in a file name
Is there an easy way to do this? I keep this directory synchronized across many computers. Currently, they are all XP but they are slowly being converted.
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