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You can acheive this by changing the content of the *.dektop file for the respective application.

You can usually find these here:

/usr/share/applications/

Just open the respective file in and in the [Desktop Entry] section of the file add for example add the the following to addin order put the entry toin the "Office" section:

Categories=Office;

Use Network for the Internet section, etc. Just look at the entries for apps in the respective sections in order to find out the correct string to put therefor the section you want.

You can also install alacarte, this offers you a gui enabling you to edit menu entries. This does not work 100% reliably on elementary in my experience, though. Here is a short explanation.

sudo apt-get install alacarte

Hope this helps.

You can acheive this by changing the content of the *.dektop file for the respective application.

You can usually find these here:

/usr/share/applications/

Just open the respective file in and in the [Desktop Entry] section of the file add for example the the following to add the entry to the "Office" section:

Categories=Office;

Use Network for the Internet section, etc. Just look at the entries for apps in the respective sections in order to find out the correct string to put there.

You can also install alacarte, this offers you a gui enabling you to edit menu entries. This does not work 100% reliably on elementary in my experience, though. Here is a short explanation.

sudo apt-get install alacarte

Hope this helps.

You can acheive this by changing the content of the *.dektop file for the respective application.

You can usually find these here:

/usr/share/applications/

Just open the respective file and in the [Desktop Entry] section of the file for example add the the following in order put the entry in the "Office" section:

Categories=Office;

Use Network for the Internet section, etc. Just look at entries for apps in the respective sections in order to find out the correct string for the section you want.

You can also install alacarte, this offers you a gui enabling you to edit menu entries. This does not work 100% reliably on elementary in my experience, though. Here is a short explanation.

sudo apt-get install alacarte

Hope this helps.

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You can acheive this by changing the content of the *.dektop file for the respective application.

You can usually find these here:

/usr/share/applications/

Just open the respective file in and in the [Desktop Entry] section of the file add for example the the following to add the entry to the "Office" section:

Categories=Office;

Use Network for the Internet section, etc. Just look at the entries for apps in the respective sections in order to find out the correct string to put there.

You can also install alacarte, this offers you a gui enabling you to edit menu entries. This does not work 100% reliably on elementary in my experience, though. Here is a short explanation.

sudo apt-get install alacarte

Hope this helps.