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When set up in a certain way, the Desktop toolbar can provide a cascading menu of all the folder and files on your system . Follow these steps to set up this handy feature:
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1. Add the Desktop toolbar to the taskbar, and be sure its toolbar title is displayed . 2. Reduce the Desktop toolbar s size by dragging its handle (and the handles of
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surrounding toolbars, if necessary) until it displays only the toolbar title and a double arrow . Now when you click the toolbar s double arrow, a menu of desktop items appears . Desktop items that contain other folders and files (such as Computer, Documents, and Network) cascade to show their contents when you point at them .
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Any folder on your system can become a toolbar. This includes Windows system folders as Control Panel. To create a new toolbar, right-click an existing toolbar or a spot on the taskbar, choose Toolbars, and then choose New Toolbar. In the next dialog box, navigate to a folder and click OK. The folder s name becomes the name of the new toolbar, and each item within the folder becomes a tool.
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Most of the programs you use in Windows are associated with particular file types and protocols. These associations are what enable you, for example, to double-click a Windows Media Audio (.wma) file in Windows Explorer and have your favorite audio program play the file; or click an internet hyperlink in a document or e-mail message and have your favorite web browser take you to the appropriate website. The Windows Setup program establishes many of these associations for you when the operating system is installed. The Setup programs for various applications also create associations with the file types those programs can use. (Sometimes such programs, when installed, change existing file-type associations; generally, but not invariably, they ask for your permission before doing this.) But regardless of how the associations between programs and file types and protocols are currently set, Windows makes it easy for you to see and modify the settings. You can inspect and alter current defaults by clicking Default Programs, on the right side of the Start menu, or opening Control Panel, clicking Programs, and then clicking Default Programs. Either way, you arrive at the section of Control Panel shown in Figure 3-26.
Figure 3-26 The designers of Windows Vista considered this aspect of Control Panel so important that they gae it its own Start menu entry.
Setting Default Programs
The first item on this menu, Set Your Default Programs, approaches the issue of associations from the standpoint of particular vital applications. You undoubtedly have a good many other applications in addition to these (and you might not have all of these), but the programs listed here are all capable of handling multiple file types and protocols,
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and this list gives you a way to assign programs to all the items they can handle should you choose to do that. (You can also assign programs to a subset of their possible associations.)
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Figure 3-27 The Set Your Default Programs dialog box lets you approach associations from the standpoint of certain ital applications such as your web browser(s) and e-mail client(s).
To illustrate how this works, we ll select Firefox in the dialog box shown in Figure 3-27. As Figure 3-28 shows, the dialog box responds by indicating that Firefox currently is the default program for three of the file types or protocols it is capable of handling.
Figure 3-28 In this example, Mozilla Firefox is set as the default handler for three of the nine protocols it is capable of handling.
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