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If you are looking for a way to store some shortcuts to programs, files or folders, but you don't want to use a keyword launcher or a launchbar that consumes precious Quicklaunch or tray space, but you do want it to be visible in every application, so you know where to aim your mouse at, an office shortcut bar style launcher that fits into the title bar is probably the best way to go.
From all freeware office shortcut style bars, this is the best, look no further.
Those multi-level menu's are brilliant, because they display the full name of the shortcuts to your programs, folders or files.
The old Microsoft office shortcut bar only displayed icons that made you guess which button was the right one to click (folders or word documents always have the same icon).
The brilliance of those multi-level menu's don't even stop there, it gets better!
You can also create a menu of "My Computer" which displays all your drive letters.