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The Places Menu
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:153(title)
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The Home directory is created by default for every user and automatically takes the username. It contains all user-specific files. In a multi-user system, every user stores personal data in a sub-directory of this directory.
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:165(para)
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This menu enables you to change the computer settings. You can also access the Ubuntu help system and turn off your computer here.
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:176(para)
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The System Menu
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:182(title)
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There are three main menus in the left pane of the top panel: Applications, Places and System. <placeholder-1/>
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:122(para)
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By default, there are three shortcut icons next to the menus on the top panel: Mozilla Firefox, Evolution and Help. You can create additional shortcuts to any applications and place them here for quick access.
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:193(para)
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The Shortcut Icons
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:198(title)
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To add a new shortcut icon to the desktop panel:
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:208(title)
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Right-click the blank area of the top panel and click <emphasis role="strong">Add to Panel</emphasis>. The <emphasis role="strong">Add to Panel</emphasis> dialogue box appears.
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:211(para)
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Adding a Shortcut Icon
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Located in chapter2/xinclude.xml:215(title)
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