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    Default Moving captured PDF out of EF

    Hi.

    I captured a file to EF as a PDF yesterday, and now I'd like to move it to a shared network drive (and out of EF, since it's being shared by people who don't have access to my machine). What's the best way to accomplish this so that I don't mess up EF's indexing?

    Thanks,
    Robin

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    Quote Originally Posted by RFBriggs View Post
    I captured a file to EF as a PDF yesterday, and now I'd like to move it to a shared network drive (and out of EF, since it's being shared by people who don't have access to my machine). What's the best way to accomplish this so that I don't mess up EF's indexing?
    1. From EagleFiler or the Finder, Option-drag the file to the shared drive. (Option ensures that you’ll get a copy, rather than creating a link or moving the file.)
    2. Select the file in EagleFiler and press Delete or drag it to the EagleFiler trash.

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    Perfect. Thanks Michael

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