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How would I go about setting up a document library in SharePoint 2013 to archive documents that meet certain criteiria without using any coding? This requires an OTB or Out of the Box solution.
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what do you mean by documents that meet certain criteria? Are those documents in another library?
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No, the library holds several documents and some are considerably older than others. I want the documents that are from 2012 and older to autoarchive to another location.
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that's easy enough.

Use SharePoint designer to create a workflow and set the workflow to MOVE items in which the created date <= "dec 31, 2012"  (as an example)
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