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Old 12-07-2011, 04:18 PM
patrickd123 patrickd123 is offline Dummiest question Windows XP Dummiest question Office 2003
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For years I have been struggling with a stupid thing without ever asking: I see a document in windows explorer, I want to send a link to that document in a email.



If I insert a link in the email, the wizard ask me to drill down to the document but sometimes it's a killer because the document is quite deep.

Then if instead, I do a copy paste of the path that shows in windows explorer, I don't get the document name itself and i have to add it manually to the path each time.

There has to be a way from window explorer to get the full path including the filename that I could then just copy paste to the email and that's it!!!!!!

Any idea?
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Old 12-08-2011, 04:17 PM
saigasmith saigasmith is offline Dummiest question Windows 7 64bit Dummiest question Office 2010 64bit
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Simply right click on the file in windows explorer, select properties, click the security tab, and the full path including file name will be listed as "object Name" you can then just highlight it and copy.
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