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Hi
Have anyone of you tried to get filename, of file, from "send to"
right-click windows menu?
Iam adding my program to send to. Now i wander if i shoud use some
special function to get the name of the file, or there is easier way
PK

Nov 29 '05 #1
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Create a shortcut of your application in the Send To special folder.
The first argument in your application will be the filename.

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