Microsoft MVP [Windows XP Shell/User]
"m2k" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> thanks a lot, works great!
> greets m2k
> "Keith Miller MVP" wrote:
>> As in XP, it's possible to create a shortcut to a folder that behaves
>> like a true folder rather than a .lnk file. You can create these as
>> 1) Right-click the Start button & select 'Open'
>> 2) Open a second Explorer window & navigate to the folder containing the
>> target folder.
>> 3) Right-click & drag your target to the 'Start Menu' folder, release the
>> mouse button & select 'Create Shortcuts Here'
>> 4) You now have a shortcut in the 'Start Menu' folder that can be moved
>> any location you desire.
>> Although it shows a type of 'File', it will sort with folders when you
>> by name. It also shows in the folder pane and will cascade from a
>> Good Luck,
>> Microsoft MVP [Windows XP Shell/User]
>> "m2k" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> > Hi!
>> > I have a question // problem, and wanted to get some awnser.
>> > Is it possible to open a folder in windows explorer which contains
>> > "folders"
>> > and "links to folders" and the items get sorted alphabetically and not
>> > sorted
>> > by type and then alphabetically.
>> > Thanks && greets,
>> > m2k