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By Jim Pile, ITworld |  How-to

I recently published a tip describing how to add a printer, or any
other item, to the Windows 2000 Send To folder. However, a number of
readers have asked about adding an 'Any Folder' command to the Send To

This function first appeared (as far as I know) in the original Windows
95 PowerToys package. As we moved into Windows NT 4.0, people used the
Tweak UI utility from PowerToys, but many of the other utilities failed
to operate properly in NT.

I also like the 'Send To Any Folder' command so I use Trogladite
Software's SendTo 1.1. When you right-click a file or folder after
installing SendTo 1.1, you can choose Send To, Any Folder to open the
SendTo dialog box. The dialog box will display all your available disk
drives (including mapped drives). All you have to do is decide where
you want to copy or move a file.

I like Trogladite Software's SendTo 1.1 because of the flexibility it
offers. The freeware program runs in Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP Pro. To get
your copy, go to

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