you could try adding a "standby" shortcut to the "launch" section. just add a folder called "standby" in the launch folder, and place the shortcut (instructions below) and a graphic if you choose. i'm not guaranteeing it will work, cause it didn't work on mine, but the shortcut doesn't work at all on mine, so it could just be my computer.
Originally Posted by Confused
Right click an open area on the desktop and select New>Shortcut. Enter the code shown below on the Command Line:
Standby command for Windows 95 or 98:
rundll32.exe PowrProf.dll, SetSuspendState (cut and paste recommended)
Standby command for NT or Windows 2000 or Win 2000 Win2K:
C:\WINNT\system32\rundll32.exe powrprof.dll, SetSuspendState (cut and paste recommended)
This code (or the path) may vary for different operating systems. Use the Browse button in the Create Shortcut box to set the exact path. Once the Shortcut has been set up then test it to verify it works by clicking on the desktop shortcut. If it works then assign it to the easy access key of your choice or to an open (unassigned) key.