How to improve your work efficiency by working with shortcuts?

Shortcuts refers to the links to programs, documents, files, or websites that you can add to your desktop or Start menu. Rather than searching through folders or the Internet when you want to open a particular file or website, simply create a shortcut.

1. Add a shortcut to your desktop.

If you use your desktop frequently, you should consider adding shortcuts to your favorite files to your desktop. Browse your My Documents folder and sub-folders to find the file for which you want to create a shortcut. Right-click the file you want to link to your desktop, click Send To, and then click Desktop.

Your file stays in the same place, but you now have a shortcut so that you can file it on your desktop. It is noticed that the icon on your desktop has an arrow in the lower-left corner. This arrow indicates that you are clicking a shortcut and not the actual file.

2. Add a shortcut to your Start menu.

In addition to adding shortcuts to your Microsoft office 2010 product key desktop, you can also add shortcuts on your Start menu. Shortcuts to your favorite files will appear alongside your programs.

Browse your documents folder and sub-folders to find the file for which you want to create a shortcut. Drag the file to the Start button and hold it for about one second. Open the Start menu, and drag the file to the location where you want to add. Drop the file where you want the shortcut, and a shortcut icon appears.

3. Add a shortcut to your favorite website.

In addition to linking the files on your own computer, you can create shortcuts to your favorite websites. Double-click the shortcut, and the website will open in your browser. Open the website in Microsoft Internet Explorer. Drag the Internet Explorer icon in the Address bar next to the URL to your desktop or to the Start menu.

 

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