Changing the Shortcut's target path


  1.    09 Dec 2008 #1
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    Changing the Shortcut's target path


    I haven't check on other forums, I'm sorry if this has been posted before.

    I got a question regarding in changing a shortcut's target path.

    An example would be
    "C:\Users\Sad Panda\Desktop\Contig.exe"
    into
    "C:\Users\Sad Panda\Desktop\Contig.exe -s *.* -v"



    Is there any way you can edit the file target path for a shortcut?
    Last edited by digitaldevil; 09 Dec 2008 at 00:41. Reason: Wrong Capture
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Changing the Shortcut's target path

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