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Access Folders is an utility for your dialogs

Access Folders is an utility that provides fast access in your Open/Save dialogs - Windows Shareware $19.95. Access Folders is a fine Windows enhancement that keeps all of your directories and sub-directories within easy reach. The program integrates into Windows' standard Save As/Open dialogs which are used by most applications. By right-clicking the question mark (?) button at the top-right hand side of this window, the program's menu pops-up to provide access to favorite folders. You can select a folder and the dialog will immediately jump to the directory.

Access Folders 2.11   3-Jan-03   Multilingual   1000 KB

Access Folders really offers a number of uses. First, it lets you directly save important files to folders on local or network drives without all of the repetitive clicking. Second, it never lets you forget where these files are saved, especially those that have been downloaded from the Internet or edited in Office applications. Access Folders couldn't be any easier to set up. You can open the program's options menu by right-clicking its icon in the system tray. It's here where you can conveniently add and remove folder or sub-folder paths. The program can also integrate into Explorer's shell context menu, allowing you to quickly add folders with a right-click. You can also define file filters which will be applied to your Open/Save dialogs. Other options include the ability to have Access Folders loaded at every Windows startup, using mouse wheel to access the menu, assigning hotkeys and much more.

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  • Win95, Win98, WinNT 4.x, Win2000
  • Expires after 30 program starts
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  • Requirements: Windows 9x/NT/2000/ME/XP, Pentium 90, 16 MB RAM