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comment Visio 2003 - Align Connectors
Thank you. That got me where I needed to go.
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answered Portable Twitter clients?
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comment How to set notepad, or any other program, as the default browser?
I realize notepad isn't a browser and can't load webpages, I was just interested in a way to make windows treat it as the default browser.
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comment How to set notepad, or any other program, as the default browser?
Yes! Thank you so much. You have no idea how much time I have spent trying to do this, only to find that it's a single line in the registry. Hah! Thanks again.
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accepted How to set notepad, or any other program, as the default browser?
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answered What software can I use to open a 160MB .sql file? (Mac/Windows)
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asked How to set notepad, or any other program, as the default browser?
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comment Manually Opening the “My Documents Properties” Dialog Box
If need be, I can write a AutoHotKey script that opens the Start Menu and send the keystrokes to open the "My Documents Properties" that way, but I was hoping to find a way to manually open the box.
Oct
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comment Manually Opening the “My Documents Properties” Dialog Box
Thank you for taking the time to write this. This solutions gets very close, but rather than open the custom "My Documents Properties" window (see John T's screen shot below), it only opens the standard folder properties window.
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comment Manually Opening the “My Documents Properties” Dialog Box
Thank you for the thorough reply. I understand how to move the destination of the folder, what I am trying to figure out is how automate the "Right-click My Documents and go to properties" step. I am attempting to get that dialog to display from the command line / run prompt.
Oct
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comment Manually Opening the “My Documents Properties” Dialog Box
My goal is to change the folder associated with the "My Documents" folder to a different folder, but without moving files. By default "My Documents" point to C:\Documents and Settings\USER NAME\My Documents, but I want to reassign "My Documents" to a flash drive. I have seen registry entries, but those require a reboot whereas using the built in "Move" from the dialog box works instantaneously.