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CShortcut (Shell links to special folders)

, 13 May 2004
This class enables you to build shortcuts to any File/Folder (like the Startmenu, SendTo-contextmenu...)
cshortcut_demo.zip
CShortcut_Demo
Release
Shortcut Demo.exe
res
Shortcut Demo.ico
Shortcut Demo.aps
Shortcut Demo.clw
Shortcut Demo.dsp
Shortcut Demo.dsw
Shortcut Demo.ncb
Shortcut Demo.opt
Shortcut Demo.plg
CShortcut_src.zip
CShortcut.gif
Messagebox.gif
cshortcut_src.zip

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Thomas Latuske
Web Developer
Germany Germany
My name is Thomas, I'm born on January the 11th in
1970, right now I'm working in the Quality department
of a big Pipe mill as a Technician.
My hobbies are my girl friend, my car, RC-Planes and
Computers. I begun with VC++ some time ago and now
Programming is like a drug to me (I'm still a
beginner). I want to learn it all in a blink of an
eye Wink | ;-) but i know that this is not possible. It's
real fun for me and I do small Programms for my own
use.
O.K. enough written..... I need my Time to debug
everything that crosses my way! Wink | ;-)

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