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Windows 7: Target commands in Win7?

13 Jul 2009   #1
ProPlaya7

Win 7
 
 
Target commands in Win7?

So, I was wondering how can I do the shortcut target commands in Win7 ?

In XP and Vista it was all about right click on the shortcut, properties and boom, there it was the third line from the top, target line with space to edit it.

How is it done in Win7? Anyone?


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13 Jul 2009   #2
Lordbob75

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ProPlaya7 View Post
So, I was wondering how can I do the shortcut target commands in Win7 ?

In XP and Vista it was all about right click on the shortcut, properties and boom, there it was the third line from the top, target line with space to edit it.

How is it done in Win7? Anyone?
Welcome to the forums!

I am assuming you mean the desktop shortcuts.

Just right click on a shortcut (or create a new one) and go to the ShortCut tab. Look at the screenshot attached.
Hope this answers your question.

~Lordbob


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14 Jul 2009   #3
ProPlaya7

Win 7
 
 

Hello and thanks for the welcome.

Hmmm, so it is the same way as the XP and Vista. I need to check it again, maybe I got confused with the original in folder shortcut.

I will post again if I have some issues with it.

Thank you for reply.
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