I use Windows 10, and I have a lot of folders pinned to Quick Access in the File Explorer. Quick Access is a useful tool and it saves me a lot of time when going through my files and folders.
However, the Quick Access tool is not available when saving files within certain programs (e.g. CutePDF, Autocad etc.), or at least I haven't been able to find it there. Loading/saving in such programs is therefore a bit more cumbersome than what I would like.
My solution was to create a folder on my desktop with a copy/shortcut to my pinned Quick Access folders, but so far I haven't managed to do this.
Any ideas how to do this? Or, if possible, how I could find the Quick Access folders when saving in CutePDF, Autocad and other programs where the Quick Access is not showing?
Here is a screenshot from Autocad. In file explorer in windows, the Quick Access folders are found on the top of the left window, but in Autocad (and other programs) I can't find them.
I could of course create a new folder with "normal" shortcuts to each folder pinned to Quick Access, but that would create a bit extra work each time I add or remove a folder to Quick Access. Pinning to Quick Access is very fast and easy, making a new short cut and copying it to the right folder is not much work, but I would like to avoid the double work if if possible :)