I was glad to find that this tip was also available on your site, but the person I originally learned it from knew an additional factor. Essentially I would like you to add (or allow me to) the following comment to This Article. Note: I'm fairly certain that this shortcut is only available in Windows 7 as opposed to Windows Vista.
If the application you are linking to exists in the Windows/system32 (%windir%\system32) folder, you can simply type the name of the application instead of it's location. For example: instead of typing "%windir%\system32\StikyNot.exe" you type "StikyNot"
Example 2: I type "notepad" instead of "%windir%\system32\notepad.exe"