Access an Extrended Send to Menu in Windows 7

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Alexander Avdeev

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  1. 1
    In this video, there is a new text document on the desktop
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    We right-click a file
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    The file is a desktop document in this video.
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    We hover over "Send to"
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    There will be a list with "Compressed (zipped) folder", "Desktop (create shortcut)", "Documents", and so on. The list is actually bigger, and it is not shown.
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    To make the extended list appear, we press and hold the "Shift" key on the keyboard and right-click on the file
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    Now, we can let go of the "Shift" key.
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  5. 5
    We hover over "Send to"
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    The list will be extended. From that menu, we can choose any additional location on our computer or even maybe on a network computer.
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