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SharePoint 2010. Move item to subfolder

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Hi Guys,
in my workflow, i want to move current item to a sub folder in the current list. In sp2010 designer workflow, if i use copy current it, you can choose the destination list but not a subfolder.

Note, my workflow inistiates when a new item is created.

is there a way i can do so?
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i will use item level security instead of folders. thanks
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