I have a shortcut on my desktop named "Voicemail." This shortcut goes to T:\Voicemail.doc, which is a Microsoft Word File.
When I click on the shortcut with my mouse, the Word document opens. When I use the shortcut key (Ctrl+Alt+V), I get the following error message:
Cannot find the file 'T:\Voicemail.doc' (or one of its components). Make sure the path and filename are correct and that all required libraries are available.
I have deleted the shortcut and reinstated it by going to the file on the network and choosing to "Send to Desktop." The problem persists. Just to make sure that I did not have another Ctrl+Alt+V shortcut, I deleted the shortcut altogether and pressed the shortcut key combination. Nothing happened when I did this.
***This shortcut used to work both ways. Now it works only when I actually click on it.***
(Moderator edit: moved thread to a more appropriate forum. jgweed)
Edited by jgweed, 29 August 2006 - 11:31 AM.