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How to copy or save a file to a USB device such as a
The two basic ways are:
in the drive to a USB port.
2) If the document is open in
whatever program you used to create it such as "Word", you
can simply "Save" that document to the USB device using the
"Save As" command. This changes the default save location to
the USB device.
But remember that at this point, the only
copy is going to be on the USB device, not on your computer.
You may want to save it to the default folder such as the My
Documents folder first and then to the USB.
way is to first save the file to the default location and
then open Windows Explorer, find the document on your hard
drive, right-click it, and choose "Send To", the USB device.
Many people do not know where their documents get saved.
Find this out before saving the file. Usually they are in
Documents or My Documents folder by default. under the
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