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Windows 7: Make My Documents button take me to a different place

11 Jun 2015   #1
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Make My Documents button take me to a different place

I've re-installed W7 and partitioned my hard drive so that all my data is on a different logical drive to the OS. I want the icon My Documents that appears when I try to open a document to take me to the My Documents on my D drive rather than the default My Documents provided by Windows on the C drive. How can I do this?


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11 Jun 2015   #2
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