By Curt Simmons
A important technical aid source presents skill-building and troubleshooting information regarding home windows XP, in addition to concise guideline in universal projects and regularly encountered difficulties, masking such subject matters as set up, upgrading, and configuraton; coping with documents and folders; functions; networking; diagnosing and troubleshooting; and preventative upkeep.
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As you can see, the snap-ins do not have to be related to each other, but you can store everything that you commonly use under one console so that you can do all your work using only one interface. As a busy technician, this can save you a lot of time. Custom MMC consoles are also a great way to help users perform tasks. For example, if users in your environment frequently need to use tools such as Disk Defragmenter, you can create a console containing the tools and place the console on the Start Menu.
This opens the same Folder Options you see when you open the Control Panel icon. You can use the Tools menu to access Folder Options from any folder in Windows XP. Note Folder Options apply to all folders. In other words, you cannot configure Folder Options individually for each folder —one setting applies to all folders in Windows. Folder Options do not affect folder toolbars, but you can change folder toolbars, which you learn about later in this chapter. Once you open Folder Options (regardless of where you open it), you see a simple interface with four tabs.
To create a customized toolbar, use the following steps. Figure 3-4: Use the Customization options to create custom toolbars 50 Chapter 3: Managing Folders and Files Chapter 3: Managing Folders and Files 51 Create a Customized Toolbar 1. In a desired folder, click View, point to Toolbars, then click Customize. 2. In the Customization Toolbar window, select any item in the left portion of the window that you want to add to your toolbar, then click the Add button. Continue this process until you have moved all options that you want.
A+ Technician's on the Job Guide to Windows XP by Curt Simmons