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Its in there already - look in programs->accessories.

If you (with no start menu open) right-click on the start menu and choose
open, you can browse through your start menu and move things around as you
wish.

Alternatively, get yourself to "start->programs->accessories" and find
'Windows Explorer', then right-click it and choose "send to->desktop". Then
you will find a shortcut to it on your desktop, which you can drag to your
quick launch bar, or wherever you want.


"joanna" <anyone_outthere@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
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> How to get windows explorer into the start menu
 
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"joanna" wrote:

> How to get windows explorer into the start menu
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Start>All Programs and right click on internet explorer on the menu. Then
select "pin to start menu."

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>> How to get windows explorer into the start menu
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"ken g" <kgrab@verizon.net(no spam)> wrote in message
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>> How to get windows explorer into the start menu

Depends on your Windows version. For the newer versions it is listed under
Accessories.

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