"Billy" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> "Frank Saunders, MS-MVP, OE/WM" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> "Billy" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> I've noticed that when clicking (highlighting) a file and attempting to
>>> move it to another folder is not possible, unless I am missing
>>> something. IOWs, when the file is selected (highlighted), I could choose
>>> on the window menu bar (as in an XP window), file then "move to folder"
>>> (as well as having other options).The only thing I can do is:
>>> - Open another window to the directory I want and then drag the item
>>> there or,
>>> - Copy and paste it browsing to the directory I want.
>>> Am I missing something, or is this no longer available, which I think is
>> If the other folder is visible in the folders list you drag it to the
>> folder there.
> Yes, if I am in the same window, and "that particular" folder is there (if
> that folder is the option I want), then that is possible. I am talking
> another total directory, whether it is on the same drive, or on another
> physical drive (of which I have two). For example, when I have a file in
> My Documents, and I want to save it to my F: Drive (which is a separate
> physical drive where I keep my extra files in case of whatever), I cannot
> do the move to that folder. I can only do what I mentioned in my OP.
I don't have any trouble doing this. I just collapse and expand things in
the left pane until what I want is there. D this by just clicking the
triangle in front or the drive or folder, not on the name.
Frank Saunders, MS-MVP OE/WM
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