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I have erased my shortcut of Microsoft Word from the desktop. I didn't realized that when I dragged the MS Word from the start up menu, it moved it from the list and not copied the shortcut. Now I couldn't find it and I have long emptied my recycle bin. How do i get it back? Thank you.

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Hi,

Right Click anywhere on your desktop and choose New>Shortcut

Type in C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\WINWORD.EXE

Click on Next, and Finish. You have now created a shortcut to Word. You can drag this to the quick Launch bar next to the Start Menu if you want - It will not delete it but create a new shortcut there

Hope that helps, pls rate the solution

Posted on Nov 23, 2010

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