Re: Copying shortcuts to another partition



Mitch Tulloch
07-09-2005, 11:22 PM
Try this:
1. Copy a file and its shortcut from your first partition to your second
partition.
2. Create a temporary folder on your first partition and move (not copy) the
file and shortcut on that partition into the temporary folder.
3. Double-click on the shortcut on your second partition.

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"Brett" <Brett@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:C307BF7B-6861-4AE3-B686-FB63C8B48971@microsoft.com...
> I'm having a problem with copying shortcuts to another partition. The
> problem
> is that if I copy files, folders and the shortcuts to them, over to
> another
> partition, the shotcut targets still point to the location on the original
> partition (drive letter) that they were created on. I need the copied
> shortcuts to target the copied files and folders, not the originals. Is
> there
> any way to have the target's path drive letter automatically set to the
> drive
> letter that the shortcut resides on, when it is first created?


Re: Copying shortcuts to another partition