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BobH
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File Explorer

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Is there a way to create a folder that will appear in the Quick Access list of File Explorer? In the screenshot you will see that Pictures folder appears. I would like to add a folder for Screenshots. I take a lot of screenshots and have been saving them under Pictures which has had the effect of cluttering up that folder. I could delete most of the screenshots after a few days or weeks because most of them are to demonstrate something or show info about a questions (as does this one).

Can I do this? How? :cheers: :chocciebar: :thankyou:
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Re: File Explorer

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RIGHT click on the folder you want to pin to Quick access and then click on 'Pin to Quick access'

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Thanks, Ken.

I guess I couldn't phrase a good enough search argument to find that. My excuse is that it's 106°F (41°C). :flee:
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You had a suitable phrase when you said, "create a folder that will appear in the Quick Access". A Google search for that phrase (without the quotes) returns this as the first hit:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/win ... 1092d2495b

Ken