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How to copy the full path of a file or a folder in Windows 7

If you’re familiar with Windows XP and planning to move to Windows 7, you have to notice that the Address bar in Windows 7 will not show the full path of the current folder in the traditional way and you can see backlash characters separating folder names. Still, if you need to see the full path as available in Windows XP, just click anywhere to the right of the path in the Address bar or right-click any part of the Address bar select Edit Address.
You can have additional options from right click shortcut menu. The additional options let you copy the current address to the Clipboard. Therefore, click Copy Address to save the locations in a format is optimized for copying and pasting folders in Windows Explorer or use Copy Address As Text if you plan to paste the folder path into a document.

If you’re going to copy a full path for an individual file, it is required to hold down the “Shift Key” as you right click the file and then select Copy As Path. Therefore, this option will be very useful if you find a file in Windows Explorer and looking for uploading it to a website or open it using another program without searching for the same locations in an Open dialog box. All you have to do is, just copy the full path for the file, paste it into the File Name box in the target program. That’s it, all it is set. Now, you can directly access the file by pasting the path in the Open dialog box.

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