STEPS ON HOW TO CREATE AND PLACE A SHORTCUT ICON OF AN EXISTING FILE (SAVED DOCUMENT NAME) e.g Peter ON THE WINDOWS DESKTOP: - Snazzy.com.ng https://nairapp.com/index.php?rp=6751

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STEPS ON HOW TO CREATE AND PLACE A SHORTCUT ICON OF AN EXISTING FILE (SAVED DOCUMENT NAME) e.g Peter ON THE WINDOWS DESKTOP:

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STEPS ON HOW TO CREATE AND PLACE A SHORTCUT ICON OF AN EXISTING FILE (SAVED DOCUMENT NAME) e.g Peter ON THE WINDOWS DESKTOP:
·        Open the program or package in which the file was created
·        On the File Menu, click Open or Save  As, as the case may be
·        An Open or Save As dialog box appears
·        Locate the file name e.g. Peter and right click on it
·        Locate send to and click on desktop (create shortcut)
·        Click on the close or minimize button to confirm.

Or open My Computer (Windows Explorer) and specify My Documents, locate the file name and right click on it, locate Send To and click on Desktop (Create Shortcut)

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