|12 May 2012||#1|
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making a shortcut for snipping
I use Object Dock in Windows 7. Usually I can drag n drop(or some workaround) a program to it to create a shortcut. I find myself doing alot of snipping and I've tried everything to make a shortcut there.
I've tried making a shortcut on desktop and then point to OD.
" " dragging it there.
" " drilling directly to the directory/program.
" " Show all files and drives and OS files in folder options.
Can any help please ?
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