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by Michael Dunn
A tutorial on writing a shell extension that can be used on the Send To menu.
by Michael Dunn
A tutorial on using owner-drawn menus in a context menu shell extensions, and on making a context menu extension that responds to a right-click in a directory background.
by Michael Dunn
A tutorial on writing a shell extension that provides custom drag and drop functionality.
by Stephane Rodriguez.
This article demonstrates how to automate IE's Save As functionality

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