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Usually you just put the memory stick in the back of the computer in a usb drive, wait for it to load up , then you have multiple options.
First you can go into word and save it directly to the jump drive... this is doe by selection "my Computer on the sleft side of the save prmpt then finding the jump drive.
Second you can save the file to a known location like the desktop then right click the file and click "send to" and findyour jumpdrive it should be at the bottom.
Or if it is already saved to a specific location, like "My Documents" just right click your start button, clcik "explore" then on the left pannel got to the location it is in and click it, then on the right pannel find your file and copy it "right click then copy", then on the left pannel find your jumpdrive and click it then on the right panel right click and hit paste.
hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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