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It's a stupid tip, but could help some people keep their quick launch organized using folders.

Really simple.
Just go to:

C:\Documents and Settings\{USER}\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch

(replace {USER} with your Windows User)

And start creating folders and add shortcuts or programs inside.

It will look like this:

a good point, i have the path in my CLCL macro for quick opening. another option is FreeLaunchBar or its beefier cousin, TrueLaunchBar which is currently available at 50% discount.

I tried a lot of programs for taskbars but didn't like any of them(just to much bloat for me) & settled on using a double size Taskbar & folders using alt codes as names which are added as toolbars & all so use Start Killer & PresStart to reclaim the wasted space under the start button

The orb is just a shortcut thats in a folder with no name by the use of alt codes to the PresStart program & the QuickLaunch is the last two icons to the right.

folders using alt codes as names which are added as toolbars
-a_lunatic (February 12, 2008, 07:59 AM)
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Two questions:  Do you manually change the sort order in your toolbars?  If so, does the sort revert to alphabetical after a reboot or explorer restart?

No all the shortcuts in the folders are sorted alphabetical anyway from when they are added


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