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Adding to the Start Menu

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Introduction

Windows makes it easy for you to add items to the Start menu.

This How-To Article explains how to add items to the Start menu.


Adding to the Start Menu

1. Click and drag the file you want in the Start menu to the Start button. If you are using Windows 95, let go of the mouse button now. If you are using Windows 98, the Start menu will open.

2. If you are using Windows 98, keep dragging your file to the place on the Start menu you want to place it in.

3. Once satisfied with the location, let go of the mouse button.

Tip: If you are using Windows 98, you can click and drag and item already in the Start menu to a new location.

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