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CopyFilenames Pro can be configured to add commands to a sub-menu in the Windows Explorer right-click context menu. This can be useful if the context menu in Windows Explorer is already quite large.
When CopyFilenames Pro is first installed, it is configured to add the most useful commands to the main context menu, and other less commonly used commands into a sub-menu, as shown in the screenshot on the Getting Started page.
A sub-menu is added using the special built-in Context Menu Sub-menu command.
This command is shown using this icon in the commands list:
All commands that are listed above the Context Menu Sub-menu command are added to the main context menu.
All commands that are listed below the Context Menu Sub-menu command are added to a sub-menu in the main context menu. These commands are indicated with the following icon:
The name of the sub-menu can be set by selecting the Context Menu Sub-menu command in the list, and changing its name.
If you delete the Context Menu Sub-menu command, all other commands will be added to the main context menu and no sub-menu will be added.
It is possible to add multiple Context Menu Sub-menu commands, although this is not recommended in most cases.