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Chapter 17. Copying, Moving, and Nuking ... > Selecting Folders and Files - Pg. 158

Copying, Moving, and Nuking Folders and Files 158 A path is a map to the desired drive and folder. For example, in the figure, the path to the MEGHAN folder is C:\HOME\ MEGHAN. Backslashes are used to separate the folder names. When opening a file, you can type a path to its folder rather than double-clicking a series of folders and subfolders. · To select neighboring ( contiguous ) files and folders, click the first file or folder and hold down the Shift key while pointing to or clicking the last one in the group (see Figure 17.2).