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Topic # 5560 8-Nov-2005 09:31

Can someone tell me how to do this please? It must be easy to do it, I just can't see how.

The reason is that since I installed TomTom Navigator 5, I've got two shortcuts on the start/menu and it's irritating me.

Thanks in advance,

Peter

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Reply # 22820 8-Nov-2005 09:42
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You can open File Explorer on your Pocket PC, and browse to \Windows\Start Menu. All shortcuts shown on your Start Menu will be there.

You can delete, or cut and then paste in to the Programs folder below it (\Windows\Start Menu\Programs, this is where the icons on Start | Programs live).







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Reply # 22860 9-Nov-2005 06:04

thanks for that, Freitasm. I just knew it would be easy

Pete

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