Archive for October 2nd, 2015

by Tom Nelson

Duplicating files in the Finder is a fairly basic process. Just select a file in the Finder, right-click it, and choose ‘Duplicate’ from the pop-up menu. Your Mac will append the word ‘copy’ to the duplicate’s file name. For instance, the duplicate of a file named MyFile would be named MyFile copy.


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That works fine when you want to duplicate a file in the same folder as the original, but what if you wish to copy the file to another folder on the same drive?

That’s where copy/paste may come in handy.

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