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Moving word files to another computer

I recently bought a laptop and want to move the word files from my reg computer which is on the same router to the new laptop.

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If both computers have USB ports, use that! Copy the files to a USB memory stick, and then copy them to the other computer. Or, burn a CD of the files, or use an external HD. If either of your computers can see the other over/thru the router, do it that way. Hope that helps!

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