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 Copying a file - does it copy disk space too?

Answer Yes it will double the amount of space it takes up. A better solution would be to right click -> new -> short cut and then click browse and find your file. This will create a file you can click on ... Read More »
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I want to copy file names (text) from 'list view' into a word processing document without copying actual files?

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What Is File Copying?

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