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If you want to add the application icons to the bottom of the screen (or Dock) there are a couple of ways to do this.
1.) Open a window in Finder and go to 'Applications', simply drag the application you want to appear in the Dock toward the bottom of the screen and release when the app icon is where you want it to be.
2.) Launch the application you want to appear in the Dock. When the app is running, the icon will appear in the Dock on the right side, to make it stay there even when you quit the app, simply right-click (if mouse supports it) or control click and from the pop-up select 'Options' and chose 'Keep in Dock'.
You can move the icons around in the Dock by click and holding on them and dragging them around to the location you want... and to remove an icon from the Dock just drag it off the Dock into the main area of the screen and release.
On your computer, go to "start", on the "search field" type in the name of the program that you want to appear as an icon to your computer. (to make it easier for you, minimize all windows application you are currently running)..drag the program you want to appear on your computer screen outside the start box by pointing the cursor to the program and depressing the right button of your mouse. and the icon (or shortcut) of your program is now on your computer screen for easy launch next time you use it.
The app draweris the application launcher and is accessed usually by the center icon in thedock bar.
If you meanhow to launch an application from your home screen, then open the app drawerand long-press on the app and it's icon will be placed on the home screen.
Once you have jailbroken your iPhone. You'll got a Cydia icon on your SpringBoard.
Launch the Cydia.
Go to Search Tab and search for Lock Down and tap it.
Tap Install button at Top-Right and then Confirm button at Top-Right to begin installation.
After completion, go back to Springboard where you'll find a brand new icon i.e. LockDown.
How to use LockDown
When you will run the Lockdown
application for the first time, you will be asked to setup a Safety
Code and a Password. This password will be used to unlock any locked
application and to open Lockdown itself. Safety code is useful in case
you forget your LockDown password.
Once you have setup the Password and safety code, you will see all your iPhone applications listed on next screen.
any application you want to lock, a Lock button will appear. By tapping
that button your selected application will be locked and a little lock
icon will appear next to that locked application.
Now if you
close LockDown App and try to open you locked application (Mail app in
this example), you will be prompted to enter the password to open it.
Use your Lockdown password to open that App.
(Once you open
the app, use it and when you close the app it will be automatically
locked again. So no need to re-lock it in LockDown.) Lets check other options in Lock Down.
Tap LockDown to launch it. This time you'll be asked to input the password to open LockDown. Do it.
Tapping any locked application in LockDown will prompt you if you want to Unlock it. Pressing the Unlock button will perform the unlock that App.
button at the top right quickly shows all the locked application only
rather scrolling through all applications to locate locked ones.
Under Settings tab at Bottom, following options are available:Locking Options
Lock All Applications
Unlock All Applications
Lock This Application (ON/OFF)
Change Saftey Word
(If you turn it OFF, even if you open a locked application it will not
prompt for password. So, it's helpful when you are using your iPhone by
yourself. See the details in screenshot. )
Lock Icon Moving (When turned ON it do NOT let anyone to move any icon to preserve your arrangement of icons.)
Lock App Deletion (When turned ON it do NOT let anyone to delete any application without your permission.)
Enable Launch Button (When turned ON, Lockdown will show a launch button when you open a locked application and input password.)
am using this great application since the day it's supported with
iPhone OS 3.0. It's working like a charm and will keep it installed
because of its usefulness and surely recommend it.
Click on "Programs" and find the program for which you want to create an icon
Move your mouse pointer to the program you want to use
Depress and hold down the right mouse button while you drag the icon to the Quick Launch toolbar section of the Task Bar
When you release the right mouse button, a short menu will appear
Choose "Create Shortcut(s) Here." An icon will be created in the Quick Launch toolbar on the Taskbar
Deleting Icons from the Task Bar
Move the mouse pointer to the icon you want to delete
Right-click on the icon
Choose "Delete" from the short menu that appears. The icon has been deleted, but the program is still available to you on your hard disk
NOTE: If you have carefully followed the steps above to add the icon to your Quick Launch toolbar, deleting it will NOT delete the program from your computer, it will simply remove the icon from your toolbar. The program will still be available to you.
Also you can "Drag" the program, to the bar, and "Drop" it on it.
Check out a freeware application called StartupCPL at http://www.mlin.net/StartupCPL.shtml. This places a Startup icon in your Control Panel which, when opened, lists all applications on your PC with a check box for each one. Simply put a check mark in each application you want to open minimized on startup. By the way, it states it is for Windows ME and 2000, but I have had it on XP for quite a while and it works fine.
To create an Autorun-enabled CD-ROM, proceed as follows:
Create an Autorun.inf File Autorun.inf is a text file that is located in the root folder of your application CD-ROM. It provides to the computer the name and the location of the startup program for your application that is installed when the CD-ROM is inserted. The Autorun.inf file can also contain optional information including the following:
The name of a file that contains an icon that represents your application's CD-ROM drive. This icon appears in Windows Explorer instead of the standard drive icon.
Additional commands for the shortcut menu that appears when the user right-clicks the CD-ROM icon. You can also specify the default command that runs when the user double-clicks the icon. Autorun.inf files are similar to .ini files.
The [autorun] section contains the default Autorun commands. All Autorun.inf files must have an [autorun] section.
icon: Specifies the path and the file name of an application-specific icon for the CD-ROM drive.
open: Specifies the path and the file name of the startup application.
Autorun.infThe following is an example of a simple Autorun.inf file. It specifies Filename.exe as the startup application. The second icon represents the CD-ROM drive instead of the standard drive icon.
[autorun] open=Filename.exe icon=Filename.ico
Pagemaker 7 will not readily allow Spell checking under Windows 7. To do this you will need to run the Pagemaker application as the Administrator. This can either be by clicking on the right hand mouse botton (right handed persons) while the cursor is on the Pagemaker launch icon either on the desktop, Windows Start up menu or Application Program launch menu and then choosing to run the Application as Administrator. Pagemake launched like this will normally allow spell checking, without the Pagemaker application will return distionary missing or does not support spelling. Disabling account control in Windows 7 before running the Pagemaker, which I do not recommend also achieves this in Windows 7. All the above applies for Windows Vista too!