Organizing User Commands


Organizing User Commands is very similar to Organizing Favorites.


You may add, delete, move and edit User Commands by selecting "Organize" from the UserCommands menu. A command may be moved to a new position by simply dragging it and dropping it into its new position.


User Commands may be created by pressing the "Insert Command" button. "Insert Copy" will create a copy of the currently highlighted command. "Insert Separator" will insert a separator into the UserCommands menu.


Organizing into Submenus

If you have many User Commands, you will probably find it useful to organize them into submenus. To create a new submenu, press the "Insert Submenu" button.


To move a command into an empty submenu, simply drop it onto the submenu name. If the submenu is not empty, it will expand so you can drop the command into the required position. The dropped command will be placed *before* the entry it is dropped on. If you want to place the command at the *end* of the submenu, drop it onto the submenu name you want it placed under.


If you want to move a command so that it is positioned just before a submenu, you need to press the SHIFT key as you drop the command onto the submenu you want it to precede. If you do not press the SHIFT key, the command will be placed inside the submenu.


For further details on modifying User Commands, see the following:


 Specifying User Command Options

 Using Option Specifiers

 Using Numeric Drive Letters in path names


Pressing the More button displays a menu that allows you to sort, export and import.



Note:        You cannot create a submenu within a submenu.