Now I want to go over a couple of things in this video that I've done a couple of times quite a bit probably in the videos without even noticing it to this point. But I want to make sure that I point it out in a video and that is the idea of Pinning and that's to think of taking straight pin or a push pin and pinning something into place, OK? The first thing I'll do is notice; I've already done some of this where I pinned like Word down to the Taskbar and I can just single click it and grab it. Now this can be huge because again we've lost that Quick Launch Bar and in a separate video somewhere in the course entitled Old Quick Launch Bar, I'll show you how to put that thing back. But again like I said in that video, I don't think you're going to miss that thing when you see what all you can do here. But I want you to always think of two types of Pinning and this is the way I use it and I've learned this from some other people. If there's a program that I use constantly through out my day or whenever I have my machine on, I'm going to pin it to the Taskbar. Now to pin it something to the Taskbar, if I click on Start, anything that I use a lot, OK? I go to All Programs and I will look at Microsoft Office. If I use Excel a lot, I can right click it and notice I've got two choices here. I can Pin to the Taskbar or I can Pin to the Start Menu. Well if I pin it to the Taskbar, big surprise right, appears down here I'm now a single click away from Excel. Now anytime I don't like it or I don't need it anymore, I can just right click on it and choose unpin from Taskbar. I'm not deleting the file, I'm not uninstalling it, I'm simply removing it from the Taskbar, OK? Now there is one other thing, let me Pin it back to the Taskbar just for a second here. I'm going to right click, Pin to Taskbar and I pointed this out already. If I just don't like the order of these things I can move them around, OK? So I decide that Excel is OK, there, OK? But let's say something like PowerPoint, I use it from time to time, don't really use it everyday, but it really irritates me to go into here and go find Microsoft Office and click on it and so forth. So what I can do is I can take PowerPoint, right click it and say Pin to Start Menu and when do that. Now the Start Menu is going to show me PowerPoint right here and notice I can drag it around, anytime I click just on Start you will see PowerPoint and I can move it around if I don't like it, move it around up here to the top and so again anything that I see that I like, that I don't want on a one click thing down here I can put right here. Now calculator is one that I normally put here, OK? Because I don't want it down here taking up space and cluttering up, but from time to time I just want to click on the Start Bar, come up here, grab calculator and go, OK? Now that's pinning, now let me show you one more thing. From time to time if you try to pin certain folders, sometimes you'll see am Option here, other times you won't. But if I try to right click and drag that to the Taskbar, notice its telling me it'll pin it but it's going to pin it to Windows Explorer and if I right-click and let go what it has done is pinned it to the Jump List on Windows Explorer, OK? So now if I go into Explorer, I'm not going to see that, OK? But if I right click on it, notice it shows up in the Pinned List, OK? So generally Folders and Files and those sorts of things are going to go to the Jump List on your Explorer Folder, OK? So I hope this hasn't confused but there's a lot of ways in Windows 7 to put files where you would like them and where you can use them and of course keep in mind you can always send them to the Desktop as a shortcut if you like that. But that's with all the tools you have with Windows 7 much, much easier to do these. Now you can do a lot of these things in previous versions, none of this is drastically new except for the taskbar functionalities. OK, so just kind of think about those as you start to set up your Desktop in Windows 7.
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