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How to Add Copy, Paste and Delete Buttons in Windows Explorer Toolbar
If you have noticed, Windows 7 does not have an option to Copy, paste or delete buttons in the Explorer or Libraries. Although you can get these options from the Menu, it would be nice to have buttons for Copy, Paste and Delete by selecting files. This is possible though a registry hack mentioned below. Since this trick involves changing registry values, please take a back up of your registry and create a system restore point for safety.
written by Vadim Sterkin, a MVP in Windows Desktop.
go to this link http://www.nirmaltv.com/2010/11/26/h...and-libraries/
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