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Chapter 2. Working in Windows NT 4.0 > Browsing Through Your System

Browsing Through Your System

Oftentimes in Windows NT, you're asked you to specify an existing system file to help complete a task. For example, when you create a shortcut in Windows NT, you must specify the file that is run when the shortcut selected. If you know the exact name and location of the file, such as C:\PROGRAM FILES\NETSCAPE\PROGRAM\NETSCAPE.EXE, you enter that information in the dialog box supplied.

If you don't know the exact location of a file you need to specify, or if you do not want to enter the location and name of the file manually, you can browse through the system to help specify the file. The Browse dialog box is the standard dialog box you use in Windows NT to browse through the system. The Browse button usually appears next to the edit box where you enter the name and location of the file. Choosing the Browse button makes the Browse dialog box appear.


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