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    She who must be obeyed Super Moderator piaqt's Avatar
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    change default my docs path

    As we all know, open/save defaults to c:\...\username\mydocuments. Is there any way to remap that to e:\...username\my documents?

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    yes



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    She who must be obeyed Super Moderator piaqt's Avatar
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    Such as how, ya mo-ron?

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    lol right click the folder and change target. I have all my computers on the network at the house pointing to a folder on my pc so I know the crap will be backed up.



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    Change the Default Location of the My Documents Folder

    To change the default location of the My Documents folder, follow these steps:
    1. Click Start, and then point to My Documents.
    2. Right-click My Documents, and then click Properties.
    3. Click the Target tab.
    4. In the Target box, do one of the following: Type the path to the folder location that you want, and then click OK. For example, D:\My Stuff.

    If the folder does not exist, the Create Message dialog box is displayed. Click Yes to create the folder, and then click OK.

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    Click Move, click the folder in which to store your documents, and then click OK twice.

    If you need to create a new folder, click Make New Folder. Type a name for the folder, and then click OK twice.

    5. In the Move Documents box, click Yes to move your documents to the new location, or click No to leave your documents in the original location.

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