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    What are the steps for moving a photo, file, or folder to a different location in Windows SkyDrive in Asus notebook?

    What are the steps for moving a photo, file, or folder to a different location in Windows SkyDrive in Asus notebook? Please help me on this.



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    Re: What are the steps for moving a photo, file, or folder to a different location in Windows SkyDrive in Asus notebook?

    You can move a single multiple photo, file, or folder to a different location in Windows SkyDrive in Asus notebook. Perform the below steps for doing it.
    • Browse the item or items you would like to move
    • For moving a single item, tap on ‘Move to’ then choose the location where to move and tap on ‘move’
    • For moving multiple items, tap on ‘Manage’. Then tap on ‘Move to’ to and trace the destination to move. Finally tap on ‘move’

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    Re: What are the steps for moving a photo, file, or folder to a different location in Windows SkyDrive in Asus notebook?

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    dear friend,

    Its very easy to organize & move the files to a different location in windows skydrive.

    Go to the file browser & from the drop down menu select the source file location.

    Browse the file from the location.


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    Right click on the item which you want to move & click on Move to option.

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    If you want to move multiple items then press ctrl & select the items.

    Or you may check the boxes beside the items you want to move.

    Then right click on the selection & select Move to option.

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    Now select the destination folder where you want to move these files.

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    Click on OK & wait for some times while it works.

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    Re: What are the steps for moving a photo, file, or folder to a different location in Windows SkyDrive in Asus notebook?

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    Re: What are the steps for moving a photo, file, or folder to a different location in Windows SkyDrive in Asus notebook?

    Hi friend

    Well moving a file or folder from one destination to another is quite simple.
    You just cut, or copy a particular file, folder, or any other data.
    Then go to the other location, make a right click and select Paste.
    Its done.

    Move a file to another folder in Microsoft Windows by highlighting a file and dragging it to its new destination. Learn to move files on a PC with tips from a computer specialist in this free video on Microsoft Windows.
    To get more details, You must watch this video.
    Please have a look:-
    Steps for moving a photo, file, or folder to a different location.





    Hope you get the info.

    Thanks

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    Re: What are the steps for moving a photo, file, or folder to a different location in Windows SkyDrive in Asus notebook?

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