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Organizing the Programs Menu

When you install an application, the installation process creates a new item on the Programs menu. Although this item displays automatically, you can modify it. For example, items on the Programs menu can be removed, reorganized, or renamed. Although you can modify the Programs menu by using the same procedure that customizes the Start menu, described in Chapter 17, "Customizing the Look and Feel of Windows," you have greater flexibility if you use the following technique to directly modify the folders and shortcuts on which the Programs menu is based.

→ Because you use the Start menu to initiate much of what you do in Windows 98, it's never too early to learn more about customizing it. See "Adding and Removing Programs in the Start Menu,"


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