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    moving my Documents in Windows 7

    OK
    running MS 7 64 bit Ultimate version
    set it onto an 80GB HDD
    with a 500GB HDD for loading data, music games etc

    NOW

    80GB is a LOT, it WAS, my user account docs are over 50GB, and with the install, plus the basic tools I like to hand, I only have 7 GB left free
    and it's only been a month since I started :shock:

    Question
    in MS previously, Pro versions anyway, right click the desktop icon and select move, then browse to where you want it to be

    not so in MS7
    I am only user, but it is on my domain, have a file server available with 1TB of space available, but not wanting it there, just want it on the 500GB beastie

    any ideas ?
    TIA
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    OK, it IS the same
    just not in the same place
    now have to drill down to user folder, then to my account folder then top my docs, then right click and finally the move option is there

    will have to move the other folders one by one

    ah well, at least they did remember to bring it with them
    55 - I'm fiftyfeckinfive and STILL no wiser,
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