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COPY & PASTE XP WIN SER. 2003 ECT.

general question would like to paste & copy without getting do you want to
overwrite a million times (just do it)  big problems with up loading large files
to online server  (almost 10 out of 1 is a duplicate! i have to sleep sometime)

thank you for any help


sleepless in never land ranch

john
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dgroscostCommented:
Use DOS.

XCOPY C:\FOLDER\*.* C:\NEWFOLDER\*.* /S /Y

/S means subdirectories.
/Y means Yes, do not prompt for overwrite.
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