Creating a Folder
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Returning to our new, lets take a closer look at the context menu that appears when we right click on the folder. The default menu is as follows: Open, explore, find, sharing, send to, cut, copy, paste, create shortcut, delete, rename, properties.
One of these options looks a bit different than the others, as shown in Figure 28.
If you notice the Send To has an arrow after it meaning that there is yet another sub-menu of choices, which you can reach by pointing the mouse to the Send To item, and holding it there momentarily, until another menu appears, to the right of this menu. In this case, the other items that show up, include types of places to which you might want to send this folder, including This is an example of pop-up menu functionality you are likely to see elsewhere in Windows, as you use the system. If you see the arrow at the edge of a menu item, holding the mouse over that item will display more choices within that action category.
8 Practice right clicking folders & view a sub menu
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