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    get clipguru.exe to run at boot up ?

    If I right/click the .exe file I don't get a opinion to run at startup ?


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    Running at Startup can be a setting within a program's Options or Preferences. I'd wonder if it might work to right-click and Copy the icon in the Start, All Programs Folder for the program and Paste it into the Start Folder on the All Programs list.

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    Not in options.

    It use to be that we could direct the registry in the run to run what on liked but that was a few versions back------ so I don't remember now.

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    Create a shortcut to the program in your startup directory.
    1. Open Windows Explorer and type the following in the address box: %appdata%
    2. Now navigate to Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup

    cheers, Paul

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    Thanks but I have it in the start menu folder.

    C:\Users\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\ClipGuru

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagworld View Post
    Thanks but I have it in the start menu folder.

    C:\Users\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\ClipGuru
    You need to add it to the Startup folder, not the Start Menu, as given by Paul in post 4. Follow his instructions exactly.

    Jerry

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