You have to locate the actual GIMP application. If I recall my Windows days
correctly, right clicking or Control-clicking on the application should bring
up a menu which has a "make shortcut" item, or similarly named. Then just drag
the shortcut to your desktop.
Same procedure for the GIMP doc.
On Dec 16, 2015, at 3:10 PM, Bob Owen wrote:
> Hi. Brand new GIMP user. Unfortunately, the shortcut to desktop was missed.
> Don't know how to create the shortcut to launch GIMP. Please help with simple
> instructions. Windows explorer has so many GIMP folders, that I can't figure
> it out.Also, would like shortcut for the GIMP doc that I downloaded.Thanks a
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