An expert who has achieved level 2 by getting 100 points
An expert that got 5 achievements.
An expert who has written 20 answers of more than 400 characters.
An expert who has answered 20 questions.
Re: from wordpad to memory stick
Harvey connect your memory stick to the computer .....the vista windows will detect and tell you when it's ready for use.....if you already saved the work then go to the file and right click on it with the mouse then choose ( send to ) and your memory stick should be there just click on it.
The other method is when you want to save your document in wordpad:
1. click file.
2. save as.
then on the dropdown in the middle .....click the arrow to the left and you will see your memory stick choose that and your file will be saved there and your documents or where you put them normally.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
plug in the usb stick and it should open it automatically find your document that you want to save right click on the folder and go to copy, Open usb stick and just right click inside the box anywhere and go to paste your document should transfer for you
Yes connect your USB stick to computer with USB port of computer.
Then open my computer then you can see your usb stick as removable disk.
Then you can copy your pictures and paste in your usb memory stick.
First connect your memory stic to other computer if it works there thne it has not any issue.
Then connect in your computer on which not recognized .
Then opem my computer if you can't see any removable storage then right click on my computer then go to its proeprty then hardware then device manager.
Then uninstall all usb drivers then restart computer then check .
If still face same issue then right click on my computer then click on manage thne go to disk management.then removable media/
check there if you find removable storage then right click on it then open or explore it.
if you still not recognized then when you power up the computer press F1 or F2 or "del' key to enter in BIOS.
Then go to advanced in bios then set LEGACY 2.0 enabled. then save settings and exit.
Aslo check your computer usb ports are working fine.
Let me know if you need more assistanse.
I suggest that you save your data with Simply Accounting and know where you save it. In window explorer, find the file you saved and copy it to the USB memory stick. You should see the USB memory stick as another drive in Windows Explorer. After the copy is complete, Click the USB memory stick and you should see the file. This way, the copy (back up) is confirmed.
Hello my name is Tim, First thing you are going to want to do is insert the memory stick and open it, if it doesnt automatically open try going to "my Computer" and locate it. then make sure there is sufficient memory on the memory stick. leave this window open and also oper the window with the pictures, you will need to drag each photo you want into the window that has your memory card, or you can select the whole photo folder by holding ctrl and pressing a. to select multiple photos to drag and drop but not all try holding ctrl while clicking on the photos you want then when you get them selected let go of ctrl and click and drag one of the highlighted photos to the memory stick, this also works with files. I hope I answered all your questions, Please leave feedback on me and let me know if you need anymore help. Thanks, Tim
Typically, if you have a USB flash stick and are using windows, it works as a plug and play device. IE - when you plug it it - windows will automaticall detect it and you will see - on the tray by your clock in lower right hand of screen - something along the lines of "new hardware detected" then to actually use the stick - go into my computer - and you should see a new drive listed under "Drives with Removable storage" this will be the drive where you save thing that you want saved on the stick.
I'm assuming you are using the memory stick for extra storage to free up space on your hard drive (or your C drive) or as a drive to back your files up on. A memory stick, when used the way you are describing, is nothing more than another drive to store stuff on (think of it as a smaller version of your C Drive) You can put any file type you want on it and then see it again as long as it is inserted in your computer.
If the purpose of the memory stick is to provide extra storage in order to free up space on your hard drive then yes, you will need to delete whatever you drag on to it from your hard drive. Otherwise the files will remain on your C drive/hard drive and continue to take up space. If you are only using the memory stick as a "just in case" backup drive, I would not delete them the files you copy from the source drive.
Let me caution you about doing this however, memory sticks are classified as "removable media". Media like this can sometimes be unstable or undependable. A more stable way to backup or store files long term is to copy them to a CD or DVD-ROM. In order to do that you need a CD or DVD writer. Most newer (within the last 3 years) computers come standard with this technology. You may or may not have that capability.
The Itunes question is a whole 'nother line of answers. You can use your memory stick to back up your Itunes library but it will only be a back up. Because your Itunes software is linked to the files on your hard drive, all of your music files would still have to reside on your hard drive where they were originally.
If you want your Itunes library to reside solely on your memory stick (which in my opinion is not a good idea due to the instability of the memory stick) you would need to reconfigure Itunes to make it point to the library on your memory stick. It's definitely doable but gets kinda sticky in the transfer. Let me know if this is what you want to do with it and I can walk you through that.
Hope this helps, let me know if you have any other questions and good luck!
ok, a combination of hitting keys CTRL (control) and "C" at the same time will make Windows Copy the most recently selected word text or graphics. Then using the combo of CTRL and "V" would paste that into another program. Try this...open Notepad and type the word COPY. Now select that word with mouse drag and then use key combo of CTRL_C. Now open Wordpad (or another notepad) and then use CTRL-V and the word COPY was now pasted into the other program. So the retrieve is the CTRL V combo.