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Explorer -- Filename Shortcut

Last Modified: 2010-04-13
When using Explorer, how do I get the filename shortcut on one line so that it has the full path. For example, suppose I have a file "c:\myfile.txt". If I right-click and select Properties, it shows "myfile.txt" near the top and "c:\" in the location. But, I want to copy (control-c) without going through the hassle of creating a shortcut.
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