It's a flash drive, USB drive, jump drive, etc. They are the USB memory sticks to store any kind of files on. I have a 16GB one that I keep all of my patterns on.tryalot said:
what is a jump drive please? is it like a memory stick?ATalbert25 said:Can you go to the folder and right click it, then either copy and paste to the jump drive or cut and paste depending on whether you want to keep them on the computer or not. I always cut and paste into mine.
thanksATalbert25 said:Yes they are. http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=usb+drives
just a few examples
junp drive = thumb drive = flash drive. etc. Or whatever other name you want to call your USB memory stick.tryalot said:
Are they in *.pdf format? I imagine you can simply right-mouse click on the folder in question and either copy (Ctrl c) or cut (Ctrl x) the folder. The next step would be to paste (Ctrl v) the folder onto the usb drive after you left mouse click to select the correct drive letter.threadgal said:I have been taking the newsletters and putting in a special folder. Does anyone know how to take the folders and put them on a jump drive. I now have about 22 pages in the folder. :?:
Also known as a usb flash drive. It's a little thingy about the size of a cigarette lighter that plugs into a slot on your computer. You can store documents, pictures, music on it for backup. When my old laptop crashed, I was so thankful I had all my important stuff saved on a usb.tryalot said: