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Wow, Marcio, that sure sounds harder than doing it with Win7.
Please remind me what the context menu is.
BTW, I forgot to mention that I want the shortcut to show up on
the Desktop. Does that make a difference?
Thanks for what you have told me so far.
On 8/30/2019 4:04 PM, Marcio via
In order to create a shortcut for a
webpage (in Windows 10), do the following:
- Go to the folder where you want the shortcut to be
- Make sure that nothing is selected. Press CTRL+Spacebar
until you hear "not selected" or something to that effect.
- Now, activate your Context Menu.
- With up/down arrow and Enter, choose "New".
- After you've chosen "New", choose "Shortcut".
- Now, on the window that opens, you will type in the
address for the webpage that you want.
- On the next screen, it's time to give this shortcut a
name. So, choose a name and OK it.
- That's it! You've just created your shortcut for the
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