Setting up a directory and moving a file into that directory from

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by gppnrdrj, Jul 10, 2007.

  1. gppnrdrj

    gppnrdrj Guest

    I have some files provided me on a CD - I have been told to select two files
    from the CD and move to a Directory, which I have established and named.
    I need to know how to setup (or establish) a directory- Name it - and move
    these files into it
    gppnrdrj, Jul 10, 2007
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  2. gppnrdrj

    Malke Guest

    Go to your user account and open up your Documents or make a new folder,
    whatever you think best. Name the new folder something useful having to
    do with the CD's files. Now double-click that new folder to get into it.
    Put the CD in your drive and when the autoplay prompt happens choose
    "Open folder". Or just double-click the CD in Computer. Find the files
    you want to put into the new folder you made. Select one of them by
    right-clicking on it and while still holding down the right mouse
    button, drag that file into the new folder. Release the right mouse
    button and a menu will appear. Left-click on "Copy". Repeat as desired.

    Malke, Jul 10, 2007
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  3. gppnrdrj

    winner Guest

    This is a great deal of help, but I still need to as you stated in your
    response "make a new folder and name it" Could you please elaborate your
    respoinse to include how I "open up a new file and name it"
    thank ou again,
    winner, Jul 11, 2007

  4. Go to Windows Explorer. Right click on any drive letter or existing
    folder. Select New, then Folder. You'll see a new folder appear.
    Select it, so it is highlighted. Right click, then select rename then
    type in any name you want to give it.
    Adam Albright, Jul 11, 2007
  5. gppnrdrj

    winner Guest

    Than you very much.

    winner, Jul 11, 2007
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