Hi all. Messing about with a couple of vbs scripts and adding commands to the context menu. I wanted to move "right click, new, new folder" to just "right click, new folder" Got this working with a .vbs and a REG edit .vbs Code: Option Explicit Dim objShell Set objShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") objShell.SendKeys "^+n" REG Edit Code: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\New Folder] "icon"="MyIcons.dll,19" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\New Folder\command] @="WScript C:\\Windows\\CreateNewFolder.vbs" Added a little pic to show what I was doing Spoiler Works a treat. Right click, there is "New Folder" with a little icon and when clicked on it an new folder is created within the open DIR, where ever that may be. Looks neat and tidy and works really well. What I also want to do but having trouble pinning down is to add "create new text Document" to the Context menu. instead of "rightclick,new,new text document" just "right click, new text document" But I can not get the keyboard shortcut to work SHIFT+F10 w t if i right click w t that works fine. I thought SHIFT+F10 was the same as right click. Is this right or wrong ? What I want to do, pic Spoiler Anybody help me out here. Anybody see what i am trying to do ? ohh yes, the .vbs file is placed into C:\Windows.