Thank you for a quick reply basj. My frustration below is with Stardock not you.
Well whats changed because this is utter rubbish now? I had a DropBox folder pinned in my Start 10 menu but I moved the folder to another location. I then deleted the old folder from the Start 10 menu and then discovered I cannot pin the new folder back.
I did as you suggested (thank you for that) but it moved the entire folder from its location and put it deep within Windows. Yes I could then "pin" to Start10 but now the folder is not in the location I wanted. I then moved the folder back to it's original location and somehow the Start10 "pinned" folder updated to its new location. But in all honesty, this is rubbish - what has Stardock done and why? This is not a good solution just to pin folders to Start 10 menu.