Posted by Todd Wasil on November 9, 2007 in Year past 3rd grade |

When trying to access a program you have two choices. You can either do it the long and cumbersome way, or my way fast and easy. Today’s post is about creating shortcuts on your computer’s desktop or taskbar. I prefer my shortcuts to be on the taskbar. The taskbar is the bottom of your desktop where the start button is located. Creating shortcuts saves a lot of time and sometimes frustration. Plus, you can enjoy your desktop background more without all of the shortcuts taking up space. As you can see from the picture below, I have many shortcuts on my taskbar. I order them from most used to least. The first one is my internet start page, then email, then Microsoft Word, then Excel and then the calculator and so on…

I hope you find this time saving and effective; I know I do. As always, thanks for reading and give it a try. Click here for a visual and step by step directions.


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