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Moving and copying files

You can move files to a different folder by dragging them or by using a command.

To move or copy files to other folders

Method 1 (by dragging)

  1. Click the Folders panel tab. Display the desired subfolder (expand any folders, if necessary).
  2. Select one or more thumbnails in the Content panel, then drag them over a folder name in the Folders panel to move them, or hold down Alt/Option and drag them over a folder name to copy them.

Method 2 (context menu)★

  1. Select one or more thumbnails in the Content panel.
  2. Right-click/Ctrl-click in the Bridge window, then from the Move To or Copy To submenu on the context menu, do either of the following: Choose a folder name from the Recent Folders submenu; or click Choose Folder to open the navigation dialog box, locate a folder, then click OK/Choose.
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