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Is there any way to stick notes to specific folders rather than getting to view them from Desktop?

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Not with the included Sticky Notes app, but it's possible with something like Stickies:

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  • Once on screen, stickies will remain where placed until closed, even through reboots
  • Stickies appearance can be customised; fonts, colours and buttons may be changed, and styles saved. Stickies can be resized
  • Stickies can store text or images
  • Stickies can snap to each other and to the sides of the screen to keep them neatly lined up
  • Stickies can be attached to a web site, document or folder so they only show when it's on screen
  • Stickies can be transferred from one machine to another either over a TCP/IP network connection, or by using an SMTP mail server or MAPI client:
    • Hierarchical friends list, which may be automatically transferred from other friends
    • Play a sound file on receive
    • Signature for transmitted or emailed stickies
    • Favourite friends, and custom lists can be made
  • Stickies can be hidden for a certain period, until a specified date and time, or to wake every day, week or month, to act as reminders
  • Stickies can have alarms set to ensure you notice them at a point you choose
  • International language, Unicode and RTL text support
  • Stickies works with Windows Vista and Windows 7
  • Stickies is small and simple, it writes to a single text file, and does not alter the registry
  • AD network administrators can use Group Policy to control settings
  • API to allow integration with other applications
  • ...and Stickies is completely free!

As mentioned above, stickies can be attached to a web site, document, folder or basically any app window:

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Thank you, but I don't seem to be able to see my Stickies when I open the folder to which they were attached. –  Babu James Mar 13 '13 at 14:30
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The sticky's probably being displayed, but behind the folder window. Here's what I did: created a new sticky, then clicked the Toggle On Top arrow. and next I attached it to an open folder (C:\Windows in this case). Now even if I close the Explorer window, whenever I open C:\Windows directly or even navigate to it, the sticky immediately pops up. Try it and let me know. –  Karan Mar 13 '13 at 18:40

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