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  1. mose1904

    mose1904 Thread Starter

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    Help! When they wrote the book "Word for Dummies," I'm the dummy they had in mind. But, to the question: I have a floppy diskette that has several documents on it. But, I need to somehow copy one of the documents onto a separate, clean floppy. How???
     
  2. vicks

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    transfer the document you want to your desk top then copy it to the new floppy.
    vicks
     
  3. leroys1000

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    You can also open "my computer",right click the drive
    and click copy disk.
    It will ask you for a blank disk when ready.
     
  4. vicks

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    Leroys,
    I read that she wants to copy just one of the items on the floppy.]
    that is why I told her the other way.
    vicks
     
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    leroys1000 Banned

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    vicks,your right,I didn't read it right.
     
  6. mose1904

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    thanks, vicks!
     
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