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Moving My Documents

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by tony007, Jul 3, 2007.

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  1. tony007

    tony007 Banned Thread Starter

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    When I right click on my documents in the start menu there is no move command.
     
  2. Jack Hackett

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    Right click on it, select Properties, the Move option is on the Properties dialogue window
     
  3. tony007

    tony007 Banned Thread Starter

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    Jaack when I click on the d:\ drive ok turns to greyed out.
     
  4. tony007

    tony007 Banned Thread Starter

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    sorry spelt your name wrong.
     
  5. JohnWill

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    I don't get the move option on the Start Menu My Documents either. ;)
     
  6. DoubleHelix

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    Right-click then click Properties, and then you'll see the move option.
     
  7. tony007

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    Yeh you have got to right click on properties to get the move option but when I do and click on d:\ drive the ok becomes greyed out.
     
  8. DoubleHelix

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    What is your D:\ drive? Is that a partition? Or a CD/DVD drive?
     
  9. JohnWill

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    Pretty well disguised here wouldn't you say? Which one should I select, Open or Explore? :confused:
     

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    Looks like something's wrong with your computer, JohnWill.
     

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    Right click on the My Documents icon
    SELECT PROPERTIES
    Click on the Move button
    on the Select a Destination window, click on the + next to My Computer to expand the tree.
    click on the D drive
    Click OK
     
  12. tony007

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    I cant click on ok it becomes greyed out as soon as I click on d:\drive what is the significance of the thumbnail pictures by john wills and doublehelix? Clicking on open or explore does'ent move my documents to d:\drive.
     
  13. DoubleHelix

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    *sigh* I give up. I posted directions twice and already asked what the D:\ drive is. Good luck, pancho666.
     
  14. tony007

    tony007 Banned Thread Starter

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    The directions dont work for me.
     
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    Its a cd/dvd drive.
     
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