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Moving .EXE

Posted on 1997-05-12
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Windows95 will not move an .Exe file, in Explorer.  It makes a shortcut to that .Exe file,if you try to move it.
Q. Is there a hot key set-up to bypass this? What H_Key,subkey in the registry can be changed,to change this action?
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If you right click and drag the file you will get a move option, as well as copy, create shortcut and cancel.
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you can also hold down the shift key to forcr a move.
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Thank you,scorch and nedell. You answered my question.
     DKelly
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