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COPY DISK TO EXCEL

  1. #1
    WENDYDOG
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    COPY DISK TO EXCEL

    I'M TRYING TO COPY DIS TO EXCEL AND IT SAY THAT I CAN'T OPEN MY DOCUMENTS
    BEVAUSE IT IS A SHORT CUT?

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    RWN
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    Re: COPY DISK TO EXCEL

    Sounds like the message is "telling it like it is".
    It appears that rather than copying the file the shortcut was copied instead.
    To find the file, if you don't know where it is but can see the shortcut,
    Right click the shortcut, select "Properties", locate the "Shortcut" tab and click "Find
    Target"
    This will open an explorer window in the directory with the file selected.
    Copy the file.

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    Regards;
    Rob
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    "WENDYDOG" <WENDYDOG@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:121656D6-14BB-4610-A035-D1F318A254C6@microsoft.com...
    > I'M TRYING TO COPY DIS TO EXCEL AND IT SAY THAT I CAN'T OPEN MY DOCUMENTS
    > BEVAUSE IT IS A SHORT CUT?




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    Gord Dibben
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    Re: COPY DISK TO EXCEL

    Turn off the Caps Lock please.

    What are you trying to do?

    Copy a file from a disk to an Excel folder?

    Open a file directly from a disk into Excel?

    There is no command or method whereby you could copy a disk to Excel.

    Gord Dibben Excel MVP

    On Wed, 5 Jan 2005 13:09:07 -0800, "WENDYDOG"
    <WENDYDOG@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

    >I'M TRYING TO COPY DIS TO EXCEL AND IT SAY THAT I CAN'T OPEN MY DOCUMENTS
    >BEVAUSE IT IS A SHORT CUT?



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