Tekzilla shows you how to easily copy your file path to paste anywhere.
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How to Copy and Paste a File's Location - Windows Welcome to Tekzilla Daily. I’m Veronica Belmont. Have you ever needed to save the location path of a file in Windows? Unfortunately, XP doesn’t really give you an easy way to do that. Sure you can copy the text in the address bar in Windows Explorer but that leaves out the file name itself. Too bad there isn’t an easy way to copy the whole path with a simple click.
Oh wait, there is. Just go to blog.vertigosoftware.com/Ralph and search for the copy path show extension. You can find the piece of free ware available for download that allows you to copy the path of any files in Windows Explorer with a simple click. You can copy the file’s entire path, just the path of the folder it’s in or even just the file name itself.
And if you’re using Vista or a ready made jump to Windows 7, no third party software is even necessary. Just hold the shift key as you right click and select copy as path. So the next time you need to share a file’s location with a friend or just need to remember where you save an animated gift, you’ll have no problem. If you’ve got a tip for us to pass along to the rest of the TZ crew just emails us email@example.com and as always Tekzilla.com, it’s the place to find more tips, tricks, product reviews and how-to’s.
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