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    5 Star Lounger
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    All Programmes menu in Start (XP SP2 )

    As will be seen in the attachment, what appears to be the last program listed is "Juice" but in fact there is yet another one just visible (which just happens to be Zone Alarm). How can I enlarge the frame so the latter and any others I may add in the future will be visible? Regards Dave.
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    Re: All Programmes menu in Start (XP SP2 )

    I'd remove some of the items (you can do so by right-clicking an item and selecting Delete from the popup menu).
    For example "Internet Explorer" and "Outlook Express" occur twice - delete one of each.
    And for Mozilla FireFox, Real(Player) and Microsoft Works, there is both a shortcut and a submenu. I'd either move the shortcut into the submenu, or if the submenu already contains the same shortcut, remove the separate ones.
    You can also organize items by moving them into a new submenu. for example, you could create an Office submenu and move the shortcuts for Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher and Word into it. (You can create a new submenu by creating a subfolder in your Cocuments and Settings<Username>Start MenuPrograms folder)
    All this will free up some space in your All Programs menu.

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    Re: All Programmes menu in Start (XP SP2 )

    Great, many thanks, easy when one knows how. Regards Dave.
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