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I cannot use my printer right now, and I have a composition assignement stored in a file on my Dell and want to transfer onto my flashdrive to take and print out at school with their printer. Please give me step by step instructions, It is a Kingston 1gb, and I'm a computer ****. Thankyou, Stephanie

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Double click the file you want to move. When the progam opens the document, Choose"Save As" from the File Menu. When the dialog box opens, navigate to you flash drive. Something like (E):Kingston the choose "Save" Now a copy of your file will be on your Kingston Flash drive.
Double check by opening the flash drive and look for the file.

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