Access Folders is a very convient handy tool that saves you time as well as a lot of mouse-clicks when opening and saving files. You may consider this function a great convenience.
Add as many commonly used paths to Access Folders as you like by accessing the program's system tray menu. Once you've added them, just right-click on the question mark [?] button toward the upper-right corner of all Open and Save dialog boxes to display the paths as a pop-up menu. Select the appropriate menu item to jump to the corresponding path in your Windows File Dialog.
Access Folders couldn't be any easier to set up. You can open the program's options menu by right-clicking its icon in the system tray. It's here where you can conveniently add and remove folder or sub-folder paths. The program can also integrate into Explorer's shell context menu, allowing you to quickly add folders with a right-click. Other options include the ability to have Access Folders loaded at every Windows startup, using mouse wheel to access the menu, assigning hotkeys and much more.