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    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.

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    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.

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    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.

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    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.

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    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.

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    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.

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    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.

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    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Software Trainer View Post
    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.
    I use one of the 5 methods Changing start-up menu shortcuts described here depending on which program I wish to add.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Software Trainer View Post
    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.
    I use one of the 5 methods Changing start-up menu shortcuts described here depending on which program I wish to add.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Software Trainer View Post
    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Software Trainer View Post
    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.
    I use one of the 5 methods Changing start-up menu shortcuts described here depending on which program I wish to add.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Software Trainer View Post
    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.
    I use one of the 5 methods Changing start-up menu shortcuts described here depending on which program I wish to add.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Software Trainer View Post
    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.
    I use one of the 5 methods Changing start-up menu shortcuts described here depending on which program I wish to add.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Software Trainer View Post
    In XP, I could open My Computer and drag programs into my Startup folder. For example, I want Outlook and SnagIt to open on Startup. In Windows 7, it seems I have to create a program shortcut, and drag the shortcup into Startup. Is that right? It seems like an extra step.
    I use one of the 5 methods Changing start-up menu shortcuts described here depending on which program I wish to add.


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    Take a sad song and make it better

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