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List Of Recent Documents & Disk Cleanup


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#1 Guest_gooky_*

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Posted 12 April 2007 - 12:14 PM

When running Disk Cleanup (found in Systems Tools that come with WinXP/2000/98), does it erase the list of recent documents? (Is it this "List of Recent Documents" the list of recent files found on Menu Bar -> File -> all the way down right on top of Exit on the drop down?)

Is there a way not to lose this drop down list of recent documents in Word or Excel or Access? If they disappear, some people think they have been deleted.

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#2 girijesh

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Posted 13 April 2007 - 07:10 AM

Dear friend

It doesn't delete the recent documents data and not cleanup the word ,excel , opening files.
If u want to remove the recent documents data
Right click on taskbar then go on properties -> start menu->advanced -> clear recent files.
only we can increase the recent list but after reaching the define recent lists it will be disappear but not deleted.
in MS-WORD
Tools->options->general->recent used file list(enter the no.) :thumbsup:




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