Customizing Send To

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How to customize the Send To menu in Vista.
A useful trick in Vista is being able to right-click on an item, select Send To, and then send the item to your Documents folder, a mail recipient, a USB drive, and so on. One thing I’d like to do however is be able to send an item to Notepad. For example, if I want to view an XML file, I’d rather view it in Notepad than in Internet Explorer. You can add a shortcut to Notepad (or to anything else) simply by opening Explorer and navigating to the hidden folder C:Usersyour_accountAppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsSendTo, then create a new shortcut to Notepad.exe in this location.

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