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I found this in a few different places around the 'net - hopefully it's helpful:

You Can Bypass the Recycle Bin On the Fly.
To bypass the Recycle Bin on a one-time basis, when you are deleting a file (or a group of selected files):

  • Press and hold down the shift-key while you press the del-key (or use the delete command). You receive the following confirmation-request message:

    Are you sure you want to send <filename> to the Recycle Bin?

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I found this in a few different places around the 'net - hopefully it's helpful:

You Can Bypass the Recycle Bin On the Fly.
To bypass the Recycle Bin on a one-time basis, when you are deleting a file (or a group of selected files):

  • Press and hold down the shift-key while you press the del-key (or use the delete command). You receive the following confirmation-request message:

    Are you sure you want to send <filename> to the Recycle Bin?

This is wrong Dani.. When you press SHIFT and DELETE on a file it says: "Are you sure you wanna remove XXXX???" cause you are BYPASSING the recycle bin :)

You posted the response you get when you normally delete a file!

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