Ch1_4 - 1 Section 1.4 Moving Files In Windows Moving vs...

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Next Previous Section 1.4: Moving Files Around 11 ® In Windows ® Moving vs. Copying ® Using Email ® Using ftp Section 1.4: Moving Files
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Next Previous Section 1.4: Moving Files Around 22 Moving a file from folder to folder ® Open two Folder windows ® One where the file is, and ® One where you want the file ® Left click and hold on the file ® Drag it to the new location ® Release the click ® The file will be moved to the new location (not copied)
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Next Previous Section 1.4: Moving Files Around 33 Copying a file to another folder ® RIGHT click and hold on the file ® Drag it to the new location ® Release the click ® Select Copy Here ® File will be copied to new location ® Original will remain at previous location ® Open two Folder windows ® One where the file is, and ® One where you want the
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Next Previous Section 1.4: Moving Files Around 44 Emailing a file as an attachment Requires you have an email account (If you don’t have one you can get one free at yahoo.com ) Click “Attach Files” ® Complete the: ® “to” address, ® subject line, ® email text
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