Re: Moving files
Which shortcut are you looking at?
If this is the shortcut that is on the right side of the Start Menu, right
click the shortcut, select Properties/Location Tab. What is the path to the
folder shown there?
If you want to move a folder back to it's original location, there is a
'Restore Default' button on the Location Tab.
"Kalevi" <Kalevi@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Something must have gone wrong as the shortcut says something like "the
> object has been moved to an other location. This shortcut does not work".
> do you undo the move?
> "Ronnie Vernon MVP" wrote:
>> Go to C:\Users\your username\Music.
>> Right click the Music folder, select the Properties / Location Tab.
>> Click the Move Button and navigate to where you want to move the folder.
>> Repeat these steps for the C:\Users\your username\Pictures folder.
>> Ronnie Vernon
>> Microsoft MVP
>> Windows Shell/User
>> "Kalevi" <Kalevi@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > The music and image files are in C: Would like them to be in D: and
>> > keep
>> > going there. Can this be done?
>> > Thanks