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Add or Remove New context menu in Windows 11

The New context menu allows users to create a new Folder, Library, Shortcut, Bitmap image, Text Document, and Compressed (zipped) Folder by default in the current location.

The New context menu will only have Folder available in system locations.

The New context menu will only have Library available in Libraries.

This tutorial will show you how to add or remove the New context menu for all users in Windows 10 and Windows 11.

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How to Add or Remove Office 2019 New Context Menu Items in Windows 10

The New context menu allows users to quickly create a new item in the current location.

If you have Microsoft Office 2019 installed, it will add the following items to the New context menu by default.

  • Microsoft Access Database¬†– Creates a¬†New Microsoft Access Database.accdb¬†file at current location.
  • Microsoft Word Document¬†– Creates a¬†New Microsoft Word Document.docx¬†file at current location.
  • Microsoft Access Database¬†– Opens Access to a “File New Database” dialog to create a new¬†Database1.accdb¬†file.
  • Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation¬†– Creates a¬†New Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation.pptx¬†file at current location.
  • Microsoft Publisher Document¬†– Creates a¬†New Microsoft Publisher¬†file at current location.
  • Microsoft Excel Worksheet¬†– Creates a¬†New Microsoft Excel Worksheet.xlsx¬†file at current location.

This tutorial will show you how to add or remove all or specific Microsoft Office 2019 New context menu items for all users in Windows 10.

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How to Add or Remove New Folder Context Menu in Windows 10

A folder is a location where you can store your files. You can create any number of folders and even store folders inside other folders (subfolders).

By default, you can use the New context menu to create a new folder.

This tutorial will show you how to add a direct New folder context menu for all users to directly create a new folder in Windows 10.

This can be handy to streamline creating a new folder by being one click faster than using the New context menu.

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