Move all Marked Files

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MOVE ALL MARKED FILES [Alt-M]

You may want to move files from the root directory to a subdirectory or vice versa, or from subdirectory to subdirectory. Mark the files to be moved, then press [Alt-M]. The message "Move Marked Files. To Path:" will appear. Type in the name of the path (as described above) and press the Enter key. The files will be "moved," which means they will be copied to the directory you specified and deleted from the current directory.

Suppose that you have just copied a group of files and you want to immediately copy more files to the same path. DM has a feature that allows you to copy files to the same path without having to retype the pathname each time. This is helpful if you are making backups from the hard disk onto several floppy disks.

If you have already copied a group of files, and want to copy more files to the same path, mark the files and press [Alt-C]. When the message "To Path:" appears, simply press the [Enter] key. The files will be copied to the path you specified the last time you copied files.

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