Thanks for the super-helpful guide.
I'd like to create individual Start Menus for each user (primarily because we have a young son that likes to use the computer, but I'd like to have his Start Menu be only his programs and not be cluttered up with dozens and dozens of our work programs that aren't appropriate for him to mess around with). I tried doing the "open" as described in "Start Menu for Only Current Logged On User", but it only brings up a very limited menu selection of what could be removed (most programs aren't listed, so they can't be removed). But of course if I do "All Users", then it erases them from our accounts as well as his. Back in XP there were shortcut folders for each individual user as well as a Default folder that held shortcuts that were common to all users. I was able to get around this problem by copying all the Default shortcuts to our individual Shortcut folders, wiping the Default folder, and then erasing programs from only my son's Shortcut directory. But I can't seem to locate individual Shortcut folders in Windows 7. Any suggestions? ETA: Er, maybe not. If I open two windows - one for the "open as current user", and the other "open all users" - then I can move the shortcuts from the All Users into the Current User section, and open up additional folders for the other accounts that should have access to the programs and copy them there as well. Basically the same thing I did before, just a bit more of a round-about way.
I'll leave this here in case anyone has the same issue.