I'm organizing a bunch of documents. These documents can be categorized into one or more categories, and each "category" will be a "folder" in Windows 10. So what I'm doing is to put all the docs in one single folder, and simply add shortcuts in the respective category folders. The thing is: I don't want to see the shortcut icon on all of these docs.
I understand that changing the icon does not do much to the fact that they are, in fact, shortcuts -- but I just want to be tricked into believing that they're the actual files.
How do I change the default shortcut icon to remove the "arrow" in a shortcut file like how it's here: https://laptoping.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/How-to-Create-Shortcut-Icons-on-Desktop-Windows-10-Tutorial.jpg
I only want this to happen in one particular folder. i.e., I want the shortcuts in other places (such as my desktop) to retain their arrows.
Is there any way to do this?