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How can a file be in multiple folders without shortcut form?

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May 11, 2012 6:13:10 AM

i want different paths all lead to one file , but not the shortcut way.
for example , file "a" is in folder "A" while it's also in "B" .

please tell me how to make it .

and i also wanna know if i delete "a" in "A" , would the file still exit ( there is a "a" in "B" ) ?
if i chang the file's name "a" into "aa" in "A" , would the name of which is in "B" be changed?

thanks for you help !
May 11, 2012 9:16:38 AM

qleryue said:
i want different paths all lead to one file , but not the shortcut way.
for example , file "a" is in folder "A" while it's also in "B" .

please tell me how to make it .Check properties of each file - they are already different

and i also wanna know if i delete "a" in "A" , would the file still exit ( there is a "a" in "B" ) ?Yes
if i chang the file's name "a" into "aa" in "A" , would the name of which is in "B" be changed?No

thanks for you help !

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