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   So, we have finished configuring. We hope that the three steps did not take much of your time. Now let us move to what we endured this for we will try it in action.

   We will start with the menu that can be invoked by clicking the button in the caption of standard Open, Save As, or Browse dialogs or the icon of PS Hot Folders in the system tray. Look at the result (in your case it can, of course, be different):

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   >The structure that you have just formed is well organized due to groups and separators, and it will help you to get to the folder that you need quickly and easily in standard Windows Open, Save As, and Browse dialogs.

   Now we will test the work of the hot keys assigned. Previously we assigned the <Win+Ctrl+R> combination to the "Root" group. You can assign a combination to any group at your discretion. Use this combination and see the result:

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that is you can put your mouse aside and work with PS Hot Folders using hot keys only.

   After you finish the introductory course we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the Configuration and Options sections of the help system, where you can find more information on tuning PS Hot Folders.




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