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Windows 7: Adding shortcuts to taskbar

28 Aug 2011   #1

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Adding shortcuts to taskbar

i have just bought new laptop with windows old pc had windows xp and i was able to add shortcuts (called standard buttons i think)along a taskbar at the top of the page just under the menu bar..some of these buttons were move to folder ....copy to properties...cut..copy paste and in windows 7 i cannot find this main concer is the move to and copy to folder option , in windows 7 you have to go to edit to move these pictures you cant even right click on a picture and move to a new location...

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