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    Is there any utility that aids in coipying the full path path of a file in Win-7 64-bit?

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    I just right click in the address bar and the options are there to copy the address.
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    Hi Chuck,

    Hold down the Shift key while right clicking on the file, and select Copy As Path. This copies the full XP style path so you can paste it into any document.
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    Install the SendTo Toys (http://www.gabrieleponti.com/software/) - this adds several useful things to the context menu, including copying the full path of file(s) to the clipboard. You can even get it to copy the path using forward slashes (/) instead of backwards slashes (\) which I find very handy (in some settings backslashes are treated as escape characters; most of the things I work with access forward slashes as separators).

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    Uranium Lounger CWBillow's Avatar
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    Thanks guys...problem solved!

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    You may give a try for Long Path Tool , it helps me so much to copy long path files , if there any other free way to do this please share them . I always face problems to copy or delete this type of file but with this tool it will be more easier to complete your job .

    genkeep

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