By Kimberly Patch
Every so often someone asks about calling up a folder directly without having to open Windows Explorer or a program like Word.
Until now my answer has been you can combine opening the program and the folder by saying, for instance “Word Open Budget Folder”, or “Windows New Budget Folder”.
But there’s a better way. Here’s a neat trick discovered by a clever UC user:
If you want to you call up a folder in any context and not just in a Windows Explorer window create a shortcut to that folder, and then add that shortcut to UC List as a file (not a folder) by issuing the command “Add File”.
You can also use the shortcut trick to create UC File links to files on network drives.
Don’t hesitate to let me know if you’ve come up with a clever trick that takes you beyond the Utter Command documentation.
Let me know at Kim at this website address or on Google+ +KimPatch (feel free to + me if you want to be in my Accessibility, or Speech Recognition circles).