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by Dub In reply to Dub's World

<p>Are there any MySQL guru's out there?  I'd like to hear from you.</p>

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by Dub In reply to Dub's World

<p>Hello Everybody.  </p>
<p>Nobody reponded to my last entry, soooooooooooooo, here's another test.  I just copied and pasted this.</p>
<p>CREATE A DRIVE MENU FOR MY COMPUTER By default, the My Computer item on the Start menu is configured to work like a standard folder window. If you need to access a specific drive, select My Computer from the Start menu, wait a moment for the window to appear, and then double-click the icon for the drive that you need to access. When you're in a hurry, this two-step procedure can be time-consuming and frustrating--especially if My Computer contains a large number of drive icons. However, Windows XP makes it easy for you to configure My Computer so it works like a menu, with each drive listed as a menu item. Follow these steps: 1. Right-click the Start button, and select Properties. 2. Click Customize, which is adjacent to the Start Menu radio button, and select Advanced. 3. Scroll through the Start Menu Items list box until you see My Computer. 4. Select Display As A Menu, and click OK twice. Now, when you select My Computer from the Start menu, you'll see a menu of individual drives. To access the contents of that drive, just select the drive letter from the menu. </p>

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