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2.6. Start→Run

Use the Run menu item to get to a command line, as shown in Figure 2-8. A command line is a text-based method of performing a task. You type a command, click OK, and something happens as a result.

Figure 2-8. Top: The last Run command you entered appears automatically in the Open text box. You can use the drop-down list to see a list of commands you've previously entered. Bottom: The Run command knows the names of all of your folders and also remembers the last few commands you typed here. As you go, you're shown the best match for the characters you're typing. When the name of the folder you're trying to open appears in the list, click it to avoid having to type the rest of the entry.



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