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Click It: It's easy to make copy of a folder.

Byline: Stephen Cawley

FROM time to time, you may need to make a copy of a file or folder - for example, to place a copy of a document in another folder.

In this section, we will copy the file My Details in the Myself folder on the hard disk C to the folder My Folder that you should have created earlier on the desktop. To do this, just follow these simple steps:

Step 1: Open My Computer and locate the Myself folder. Open the Myself folder and find the My Details file to be copied.

Step 2: Open the destination folder by double-clicking My Folder.

Step 3: Right-click on My Details. A menu will appear. Click Copy in the menu.

Step 4: Place the pointer in the My folder window and right-click.

Step 5: Click on Paste in the menu that appears.

A copy of the file should now be visible in the My folder window.

When a file is copied, the original remains where it is and a copy is placed in the new location. This means that there are now two copies of the file on the disk.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Nov 17, 2002
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