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Files Management

Module by: Muneera Al-thani. E-mail the authorEdited By: Amena Almulla

Summary: Simple instructions for managing files using USB drives.

Usb Drive:

Usb drive can be used for storing file and folders, it can be used for backing up files, and it is Easy to share and travel with.

  • You can find the USB Drive in my computer in start.
  • You will find it under Devices with removable storage.
  • You can rename the USB Drive by clicking the right side of the mouse.
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To create a folder in the USB Drive:

Folders can be created in Documents and in the Desktop, with creating folders you can create a folder within the folder that’s called “Subfolders”.

  • Start my computer.
  • Double-Click on the removable disk
  • Right click on the empty space find the word “New” – find the word “Folder”.
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To save fills in the folder USB Drive:

Saving files is very easy, you can save files anywhere in the computer, you can rename the file; change the saving location of the file, and save it in a Different type.

Press the “office button”.

Click on “Save as”.

Type the file name.

Change the location of the file anywhere on the computer

Click “Save”.

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Lenses

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