This is really trivial, but here goes.
I'm on an i-Mac. In order to save memory space on my desktop,
I keep most things in the form of an alias. I drag the original folder,
file, or program to my hard drive. I click on the original, then I
apple key & m key (this creates an alias). I drag the alias to the desk top
and place it in a convenient spot. When I need access to it, it's right there
to see and I just double click on the alias icon and away we go.
Except for my Adobe PhotoDeluxe, it used to be an alias on my desktop.
One day it just disappeared. So I open the Hard Drive icon, find the
Deluxe folder, open it and double click on the program icon and I'm
ready to use
the software. It's minor, I know but I want to skip those few steps. I
I tried often to create a new alias but each time a message pops up that says
I can't create an alias because the program is in use. ???????? It's
not, why does
it tell me so.
Can anybody out there suggest a way to return me to my old ways of having
an Adobe PhotoDeluxe alias sitting on my desktop, ready to use.
Frustrated, Woody in KC
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