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Create a desk top icon for a network connection

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You go to your network conection page and click on the network you want hold down on the mouse and drag it to the destop it will create a short cut for you

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SOURCE: How can I adjust my MS Windows desk top icons ?

Right Click the mouse on the desktop, select Properties

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