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Organizing Kmenu with the KDE Menu Editor

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One of the pleasant problems with Linux Distros is the huge number of applications available. For Ubuntu Ultimate Edition (and others) there can be so many applications in a Kmenu section that it covers the entire desktop like this:

So, how to fix this? You want to make the Kmenu more organized using submenus. Just highlight an item in the section of Kmenu you want to change and right click. A menu will appear, just highlight the "Edit Item" option and left click. This will invoke the KDE Menu Editor:

Now use the Menu Editor to add a new submenu.

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