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    Shazam
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    #163719

    I would like run a VBScript that creates a specific Shortcut file and pin it to the users bottom taskbar.

    I manually created a Shortcut file (*.lnk) and drag it to the taskbar and it works.

    Here’s my Target path:

    “C:Program Files (x86)AdobeAcrobat 9.0AcrobatAcrobat.exe” “\filesDATAHRPhone ListPhoneListPHONELST.pdf”

    My problem is the Acrobat. Everyone has a different version.

    Like…

    Acrobat 8.0
    Acrobat 9.0
    Acrobat 10.0
    Acrobat 11.0

    Is there some kind of wildcard we can use?

    I tried this and it did not work.

    “C:Program Files (x86)AdobeAcrobat “*”AcrobatAcrobat.exe” “\filesDATAHRPhone ListPhoneListPHONELST.pdf”

    Also, I found this link below.

    http://wayneye.com/Blog/Programmatically-PIN-shortcut-Onto-Taskbar-on-Win7

    That it will pin a specific Shortcut file to the bottom taskbar. Anyway we can modify it so it can work like this….

    1.) User Logs into he/she computer.
    2.) It will create a Shortcut file using the user’s Acrobat version.
    3.) Then it will pinned the Shortcut file to the bottom taskbar.

    Please help!

    #385389

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Well, I’m not sure if it’s the same in VBscript, but for a batch file, the correct syntax for that folder would be acroba~1. This means it will select the first folder with those same six letters, no matter what may succeed it.

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    biggles77
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    #213112

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    If you are on a Domain, push out version 11. v8 is out of date and I think no longer supported. v9 has the last supported update released on a machine I updated yesterday. 9.5.4 if memory serves me correct.

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    Shazam
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    #318947

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    biggles77;283995 wrote:
    If you are on a Domain, push out version 11. v8 is out of date and I think no longer supported. v9 has the last supported update released on a machine I updated yesterday. 9.5.4 if memory serves me correct.

    Hi,

    I’m not understanding what you are saying.

    #385392

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Shazam;284140 wrote:
    Hi,

    I’m not understanding what you are saying.

    What he’s saying is, if your network is on a domain (as opposed to a workgroup), you can use group policy to install Acrobat Reader 11 on all connected computers. Get everyone on the same version and there’s no need for wild cards.

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    Shazam
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    #318948

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Bertmax;284144 wrote:
    What he’s saying is, if your network is on a domain (as opposed to a workgroup), you can use group policy to install Acrobat Reader 11 on all connected computers. Get everyone on the same version and there’s no need for wild cards.

    Thanks for replying.

    That’s not possible. We have a mix environment on our Domain network. We have Adobe 8-11 standards. And some Adobe readers. If we were just using Adobe Reader then it will work but we are not.

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    Rems
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    #228430

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    You can make use of the present file extension association on the computer. Then you don’t have to ‘pin’ the adobe executable, you can use cmd.exe.
    C:WindowsSystem32cmd.exe /c “start “”/b “\filesDATAHRPhone ListPhoneListPHONELST.pdf””[/CODE]

    [QUOTE=Shazam;284149]Thanks for replying.

    That’s not possible. We have a mix environment on our Domain network. We have Adobe 8-11 standards. And some Adobe readers. If we were just using Adobe Reader then it will work but we are not.[/QUOTE]
    Why do you prefere to use Adobe Acrobat to open a PHONELST.pdf ? You still could install or upgrade Adobe Reader or Nitro Reader on the clients next to Adobe Acrobat.

    /Rems[CODE]C:WindowsSystem32cmd.exe /c “start “”/b “\filesDATAHRPhone ListPhoneListPHONELST.pdf””[/CODE]

    Shazam;284149 wrote:
    Thanks for replying.

    That’s not possible. We have a mix environment on our Domain network. We have Adobe 8-11 standards. And some Adobe readers. If we were just using Adobe Reader then it will work but we are not.

    Why do you prefere to use Adobe Acrobat to open a PHONELST.pdf ? You still could install or upgrade Adobe Reader or Nitro Reader on the clients next to Adobe Acrobat.

    /Rems

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    Shazam
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    #318949

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Rems;284244 wrote:
    You can make use of the present file extension association on the computer. Then you don’t have to ‘pin’ the adobe executable, you can use cmd.exe.
    C:WindowsSystem32cmd.exe /c “start “”/b “\filesDATAHRPhone ListPhoneListPHONELST.pdf””[/CODE]

    Why do you prefere to use Adobe Acrobat to open a PHONELST.pdf ? You still could install or upgrade Adobe Reader or Nitro Reader on the clients next to Adobe Acrobat.

    /Rems[/QUOTE]

    Thank you so much for replying Rems.

    The reason we use Acrobat because is to sign documents, like, time-sheets, contracts, memos, etc. Every user here at the company has a digital signature created for them. And with those digital signatures some users are restricted to open certain documents (PFX, Certificates). This has been a standard here for awhile. And management wants to keep everything standard.

    The easy way out of this is to create a login script that the PHONELIST.pdf will always appear on the user’s desktop. BUT there’s a somewhat preference with that. When users have multiple windows open on their desktop and if they wanted to look at the phone list pdf file they will have to click on “Show Desktop” and that will minimize all their windows so they can click on the PHONELIST.pdf shortcut. I know it sounds lazy or just plain ridiculous but people are people.

    Please look at the attachment. If somehow we can programmatically get the custom shortcut to pin on the task bar that’ll be great.
    As you can see on the jpeg photo, by having that shortcut pinned to the taskbar…the users don’t have to minimize all their windows.
    The hardest part of the code is probably figuring out what version of Acrobat are the users using on their computers. Maybe the VBS file can do a resume error. So if this fails…

    C:Program Files (x86)AdobeAcrobat 8.0 AcrobatAcrobat.exe

    Then go to find this path
    C:Program Files (x86)AdobeAcrobat 9.0 AcrobatAcrobat.exe

    If fails again find this path
    C:Program Files (x86)AdobeAcrobat 10.0 AcrobatAcrobat.exe

    Or this one
    C:Program Files (x86)AdobeReader 9.0Reader AcroRd32.exe

    And this one
    C:Program Files (x86)AdobeReader 11.0Reader AcroRd32.exe

    Please let me know if this is possible.[CODE]C:WindowsSystem32cmd.exe /c “start “”/b “\filesDATAHRPhone ListPhoneListPHONELST.pdf””[/CODE]

    Why do you prefere to use Adobe Acrobat to open a PHONELST.pdf ? You still could install or upgrade Adobe Reader or Nitro Reader on the clients next to Adobe Acrobat.

    /Rems

    Thank you so much for replying Rems.

    The reason we use Acrobat because is to sign documents, like, time-sheets, contracts, memos, etc. Every user here at the company has a digital signature created for them. And with those digital signatures some users are restricted to open certain documents (PFX, Certificates). This has been a standard here for awhile. And management wants to keep everything standard.

    The easy way out of this is to create a login script that the PHONELIST.pdf will always appear on the user’s desktop. BUT there’s a somewhat preference with that. When users have multiple windows open on their desktop and if they wanted to look at the phone list pdf file they will have to click on “Show Desktop” and that will minimize all their windows so they can click on the PHONELIST.pdf shortcut. I know it sounds lazy or just plain ridiculous but people are people.

    Please look at the attachment. If somehow we can programmatically get the custom shortcut to pin on the task bar that’ll be great.
    As you can see on the jpeg photo, by having that shortcut pinned to the taskbar…the users don’t have to minimize all their windows.
    The hardest part of the code is probably figuring out what version of Acrobat are the users using on their computers. Maybe the VBS file can do a resume error. So if this fails…

    C:Program Files (x86)AdobeAcrobat 8.0 AcrobatAcrobat.exe

    Then go to find this path
    C:Program Files (x86)AdobeAcrobat 9.0 AcrobatAcrobat.exe

    If fails again find this path
    C:Program Files (x86)AdobeAcrobat 10.0 AcrobatAcrobat.exe

    Or this one
    C:Program Files (x86)AdobeReader 9.0Reader AcroRd32.exe

    And this one
    C:Program Files (x86)AdobeReader 11.0Reader AcroRd32.exe

    Please let me know if this is possible.

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    Rems
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    #228431

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Shazam;284270 wrote:
    Please look at the attachment :shock:. by having that shortcut pinned to the taskbar…the users don’t have to minimize all their windows.
    If somehow we can programmatically get the custom shortcut to pin on the task bar that’ll be great.
    The hardest part of the code is probably figuring out what version of Acrobat are the users using on their computers.

    You run the vbs script as user logon script,

    Code:
    Set WshShell = CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)
    Set objShell = CreateObject(“Shell.Application”)

    strTartgetFile = “[COLOR=”Magenta”]\filesDATAHRPhone ListPhoneListPHONELST.pdf[/COLOR]”

    ShortcutName = “[COLOR=”Magenta”]PHONELST[/COLOR]”
    ShortcutFolder = WshShell.SpecialFolders.Item(“[COLOR=”Magenta”]Desktop[/COLOR]”)
    ShortcutFile = ShortcutName & “.lnk”

    call PinToTaskbar(“unpin”)

    FilePath = ShortcutFolder & “” & ShortcutFile

    With WshShell.CreateShortcut(ShortcutFile)
    .TargetPath = GetProgramAssocWith(“[COLOR=”Magenta”]PDF[/COLOR]”)
    .Arguments = “””” & strTartgetFile & “”””
    .WorkingDirectory = “.”
    .IconLocation = “[COLOR=”Magenta”]imageres.dll, 124[/COLOR]”
    .Save
    End With

    PinToTaskbar(“pin”)

    ‘# uncommend the next three line if you’d like the pinned shortcut to be removed from the desktop
    ‘ WScript.Sleep 950
    ‘ Set objFSO = CreateObject(“Scripting.FileSystemObject”)
    ‘ objFSO.DeleteFile(FilePath), true

    wscript.quit

    Function GetProgramAssocWith(strExt)
    Const HKCR=&H80000000
    Const HKCU=&H80000001
    Set objReg = GetObject(“winmgmts:\.rootdefault:StdRegProv”)

    strExt = Replace(strExt,”*”,””)
    If Left(strExt,1) “.” Then strExt = “.” & strExt

    strPath = “SoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerFileExts” & strExt & “UserChoice”
    objReg.GetExpandedStringValue HKCU, strPath, “Progid”, strValue
    If IsNull(strValue) Then
    objReg.GetExpandedStringValue HKCR, strExt, strEntry, strValue
    End If
    If IsNull(strValue) Then wscript.quit

    strPath = strValue & “shellopencommand”
    objReg.GetExpandedStringValue HKCR, strPath, strEntry, strValue
    strValue = Replace(strValue, “”””, “”)

    http://www.akaplan.com/blog/2010/12/vbscript-to-get-program-associated-with-file-extension/
    If InStr(strValue,”rundll”) Then
    Dim tArray
    tArray = split(strValue,”,”)
    GetProgramAssocWith = replace(tArray(0),”rundll32.exe”,””)
    Else
    strValue = LCase(strValue)
    GetProgramAssocWith = Left(strValue,instrrev(strValue,”.exe”)+3)
    End If
    End Function

    Sub PinToTaskbar(choice)

    On Error Resume Next

    If Lcase(choice) = “unpin” then

    LnkFolder = WshShell.SpecialFolders.Item(“AppData”)
    LnkFolder = LnkFolder & “MicrosoftInternet ExplorerQuick LaunchUser PinnedTaskBar”
    LnkFile = ShortcutName & “.lnk”

    Set objFolder = objShell.Namespace(LnkFolder)
    Set objFolderItem = objFolder.ParseName(LnkFile)
    Set colVerbs = objFolderItem.Verbs
    For Each objVerb in colVerbs
    Select Case Replace(objVerb.name, “&”, “”)
    case “Unpin from Taskbar” objVerb.DoIt
    case “other language …” objVerb.DoIt
    case “other language …” objVerb.DoIt
    case “other language …” objVerb.DoIt
    End Select
    Next

    ElseIf Lcase(choice) = “pin” then

    Set objFolder = objShell.Namespace(ShortcutFolder)
    Set objFolderItem = objFolder.ParseName(ShortcutFile)
    Set colVerbs = objFolderItem.Verbs
    For Each objVerb in colVerbs
    Select Case Replace(objVerb.name, “&”, “”)
    case “Pin to Taskbar” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Ajouter au menu Démarrer” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Aggiungi a menu Start” objVerb.DoIt
    case “An Startmenü anheften” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Aan het menu Start vastmaken” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Associar ao Menu Iniciar” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Anclar al menú Inicio” objVerb.DoIt
    End Select
    Next
    End If
    End Sub

    /Rems

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    Shazam
    Member
    #318950

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Hi rems,

    Thank you for the code. I ran your code and I’m getting an error message. Please look at the attachment.

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    Rems
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    #228432

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    From your file copy the lines 11 to 15 and show me what exactly is on these lines please.

    http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/Logon/code/code_800A0005.htm
    Usually this is a syntax error

    /Rems

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    Shazam
    Member
    #318951

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    It might be the way I’m saving your code in a vbs file. I took a screen shot of the message. Please look at the attachment.

    It’s forcing me to save it in Unicode. Do you think that might be changing the syntax?

    Is this what you meant copy the lines from my file 11 to 15?

    Quote:
    ShortcutFile = ShortcutFolder & “” & ShortcutName & “.lnk”

    With WshShell.CreateShortcut(ShortcutFile)
    .TargetPath = strAPP
    .Arguments = “””” & strTartgetFile & “”””
    .WorkingDirectory = “.”
    .Save
    End With

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    Rems
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    #228433

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Shazam;284351 wrote:
    Is this what you meant copy the lines from my file 11 to 15?

    Almost, you pasted 8 lines instead of 5. I still can’t be sure what in your file is the 4th character on line 13.

    If I copy the code from my previous post, I get that message too about unicode, but the scripts does run. I just have pasted the code again in my previous post, noe I don’t get the message about unicode. Can you try again to copy-past the code in a new notepad file.

    /Rems

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    Shazam
    Member
    #318952

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Hi,

    I’m not getting the unicode message anymore but I’m still getting the same error when running your code. I copied your code again paste in notepad, ran it and still same error. Here’s the code.

    I ran this code on 3 different computers. I ran it on Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit, Windows 7 Pro 64-bit and Server 2008 R2 Standard. All came back with the same error.

    Set WshShell = CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)

    strTartgetFile = “\filesDATAHRPhone ListPhoneListPHONELST.pdf”

    strAPP = GetProgramAssocWith(“PDF”)

    ShortcutName = “PHONELST”
    ShortcutFolder = WshShell.SpecialFolders.Item(“Desktop”)

    ShortcutFile = ShortcutFolder & “” & ShortcutName & “.lnk”

    With WshShell.CreateShortcut(ShortcutFile)
    .TargetPath = strAPP
    .Arguments = “””” & strTartgetFile & “”””
    .WorkingDirectory = “.”
    .Save
    End With

    PinToTaskbar

    wscript.quit

    Function GetProgramAssocWith(strExt)
    Const HKCR=&H80000000
    Set objReg = GetObject(“winmgmts:\.rootdefault:StdRegProv”)

    strExt = Replace(strExt,”*”,””)
    If Left(strExt,1) “.” Then strExt = “.” & strExt

    objReg.GetExpandedStringValue HKCR, strExt, strEntry, strType
    strPath = strType & “shellopencommand”
    objReg.GetExpandedStringValue HKCR, strPath, strEntry, strValue

    ‘http://www.akaplan.com/blog/2010/12/vbscript-to-get-program-associated-with-file-extension/
    If InStr(strValue,”rundll”) Then
    Dim tArray
    tArray = split(strValue,”,”)
    GetProgramAssocWith = replace(tArray(0),”rundll32.exe”,””)
    Else
    strValue = LCase(strValue)
    GetProgramAssocWith = Left(strValue,instrrev(strValue,”.exe”)+3)
    End If
    End Function

    Sub PinToTaskbar
    ‘http://blogs.technet.com/b/deploymentguys/archive/2009/04/08/pin-items-to-the-start-menu-or-windows-7-taskbar-via-script.aspx
    Set objShell = CreateObject(“Shell.Application”)
    Set objFolder = objShell.Namespace(ShortcutFolder)
    Set objFolderItem = objFolder.ParseName(ShortcutFile)
    Set colVerbs = objFolderItem.Verbs
    For Each objVerb in colVerbs
    Select Case Replace(objVerb.name, “&”, “”)
    case “Unpin from Taskbar” objVerb.DoIt
    ‘you can add other languages ??that apply to your environment….
    End Select
    Next
    Set colVerbs = objFolderItem.Verbs
    For Each objVerb in colVerbs
    Select Case Replace(objVerb.name, “&”, “”)
    case “Pin to Taskbar” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Ajouter au menu Démarrer” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Aggiungi a menu Start” objVerb.DoIt
    case “An Startmenü anheften” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Aan het menu Start vastmaken” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Associar ao Menu Iniciar” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Anclar al menú Inicio” objVerb.DoIt
    End Select
    Next
    End Sub[/CODE][CODE]Set WshShell = CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)

    strTartgetFile = “\filesDATAHRPhone ListPhoneListPHONELST.pdf”

    strAPP = GetProgramAssocWith(“PDF”)

    ShortcutName = “PHONELST”
    ShortcutFolder = WshShell.SpecialFolders.Item(“Desktop”)

    ShortcutFile = ShortcutFolder & “” & ShortcutName & “.lnk”

    With WshShell.CreateShortcut(ShortcutFile)
    .TargetPath = strAPP
    .Arguments = “””” & strTartgetFile & “”””
    .WorkingDirectory = “.”
    .Save
    End With

    PinToTaskbar

    wscript.quit

    Function GetProgramAssocWith(strExt)
    Const HKCR=&H80000000
    Set objReg = GetObject(“winmgmts:\.rootdefault:StdRegProv”)

    strExt = Replace(strExt,”*”,””)
    If Left(strExt,1) “.” Then strExt = “.” & strExt

    objReg.GetExpandedStringValue HKCR, strExt, strEntry, strType
    strPath = strType & “shellopencommand”
    objReg.GetExpandedStringValue HKCR, strPath, strEntry, strValue

    ‘http://www.akaplan.com/blog/2010/12/vbscript-to-get-program-associated-with-file-extension/
    If InStr(strValue,”rundll”) Then
    Dim tArray
    tArray = split(strValue,”,”)
    GetProgramAssocWith = replace(tArray(0),”rundll32.exe”,””)
    Else
    strValue = LCase(strValue)
    GetProgramAssocWith = Left(strValue,instrrev(strValue,”.exe”)+3)
    End If
    End Function

    Sub PinToTaskbar
    ‘http://blogs.technet.com/b/deploymentguys/archive/2009/04/08/pin-items-to-the-start-menu-or-windows-7-taskbar-via-script.aspx
    Set objShell = CreateObject(“Shell.Application”)
    Set objFolder = objShell.Namespace(ShortcutFolder)
    Set objFolderItem = objFolder.ParseName(ShortcutFile)
    Set colVerbs = objFolderItem.Verbs
    For Each objVerb in colVerbs
    Select Case Replace(objVerb.name, “&”, “”)
    case “Unpin from Taskbar” objVerb.DoIt
    ‘you can add other languages ??that apply to your environment….
    End Select
    Next
    Set colVerbs = objFolderItem.Verbs
    For Each objVerb in colVerbs
    Select Case Replace(objVerb.name, “&”, “”)
    case “Pin to Taskbar” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Ajouter au menu Démarrer” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Aggiungi a menu Start” objVerb.DoIt
    case “An Startmenü anheften” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Aan het menu Start vastmaken” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Associar ao Menu Iniciar” objVerb.DoIt
    case “Anclar al menú Inicio” objVerb.DoIt
    End Select
    Next
    End Sub[/CODE]

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    Shazam
    Member
    #318953

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    How about this…

    Can you upload the code as an attachment?

    I’m thinking (this is a wild guess) that pasting your code to this forum might change unforeseen characters on your code. Wrapping the code on this thread might be causing the issue.

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    Rems
    Moderator
    #228434

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Shazam;284364 wrote:
    I’m thinking (this is a wild guess) that pasting your code to this forum might change unforeseen characters on your code. Wrapping the code on this thread might be causing the issue.

    I thought the unicode issue was resolved already?

    OK I think I was able to reproduce the error.
    I have edit a few things in the “GetProgramAssocWith()” function now in my older post. Can you please try the code again.

    The path of the executable found in the registry was in my case not wrapped between quotes. In your case the returned strValue probably is wrapped between quotes. The function could not not handle quotes signs, now it can.

    One other other issue was that the function did not checked first for a possible ‘UserChoice’ for the file association. Now it does do that.

    /Rems

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    Shazam
    Member
    #318954

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Wow!! Thank you so much.

    One more thing…

    I know this sounds a little to much, but can we have a different icon for the customize pin icon?

    Please look at the attachments.

    A1 jpg – Some users has already an Acrobat icon pinned on the taskbar.

    A2 jpg – Can we have a different icon.

    A3 jpg – This has the location of the icon.

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    Shazam
    Member
    #318955

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    I found a link that tells me the particular custom icon I would like to use. It’s Icon 125 (10).

    http://diymediahome.org/windows-icons-reference-list-with-details-locations-images/

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    Rems
    Moderator
    #228435

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Shazam;284372 wrote:
    I found a link that tells me the particular custom icon I would like to use. It’s Icon 125 (10).

    Actually it is icon 124 in the executable imageres.dll. Because the first icon is number 0 and not 1.

    I have updated the script.

    /Rems

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    Shazam
    Member
    #318956

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Rems;284377 wrote:
    Actually it is icon 124 in the executable imageres.dll. Because the first icon is number 0 and not 1.

    I have updated the script.

    /Rems

    Thank you so much for your help rems. The code works great.

    Once again thank you.

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    Rems
    Moderator
    #228436

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Shazam;284378 wrote:
    How do I leave Reputation points?

    Glad to be of help

    You can leave rep points by clicking the yinyan symbol that is in the post that helped you.
    Not sure if this link can do that also: http://forums.petri.com/reputation.php?p=284244 if not, just go to the post, there you find the symbol in the upper right corner.

    /Rems

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    Shazam
    Member
    #318957

    Re: Pinning a specific shortcut file (*.lnk) onto the Windows 7 Taskbar?

    Rems;284379 wrote:
    Glad to be of help

    You can leave rep points by clicking the yinyan symbol that is in the post that helped you.
    Not sure if this link can do that also: http://forums.petri.com/reputation.php?p=284244 if not, just go to the post, there you find the symbol in the upper right corner.

    /Rems

    I figured it out.

    Thank you!

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