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This article describes how to add an object to the list of objects that appears when you click the File menu in Windows Explorer and then point to New, or when you point to New on a context menu.
A context menu is displayed when you use the right mouse button to click an object in Windows 95. For example, if you use the right mouse button to click the desktop, a menu is displayed that contains several commands. You can choose one of these commands by clicking the command on the context menu.
One of the commands on the context menu that appears when you use the right mouse button to click the desktop is the New command. This command appears on many other context menus, and also on the File menu in Windows Explorer. If you point to the New command on one of these menus, a list of objects appears. You can create a new object by clicking one of the objects on this list.
To add an object to the list of objects, follow these steps:
Article ID: 140333 - Last Review: November 15, 2006 - Revision: 1.2
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