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Must jump lists be associated with files?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 15, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
I'm working on my first WPF app.  Not too long ago I upgraded my machine to Windows 7.  One of the things I really like in Windows 7 is the jump list feature for programs.  Very nice.  I'd like to do the same thing for my program, but don't know if I can.  It seems to me that all of the jump lists I've seen in Windows 7, are associated with files.  Like in my situation, the last 10 Word files I've opened are in my jump list.  The program I'm working on doesn't save any files.  Instead the user opens, edits and saves data on clients, to the backend database.  No files.  But there is the client name and ID.  Is it possible to save that information into a Windows 7 jump list, or must it be a file?  Rod

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