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What does the “Send To” menu do?
Posted By On November 16, 2004 @ 12:37 PM In Windows Explorer | Comments Disabled
What does the “send to” menu do?
If you right-click a file in Windows Explorer or My Computer, one of the options you’ll get from the resulting menu is ” Send To “. You can use this ” Send to ” option to send the file in question to another location, person, program, etc.
For example, one option is to Send To, desktop (shortcut) . You can use this option to create a desktop shortcut to the file your playing with. Nifty huh?
You can also use it to send a file to a Flash Drive, CD-RW, an e-mail recipient and more. It’s probably one of the most useful, yet unused, features of Windows.
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