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Hi Guys

What Im trying to do is right click on a file or directory and copy it to a directory on another drive, eg: DirCopy("%1", "C:\Bak", 1). As C:\Bak will be the default destination

drive. Ive made up a menu in the registry already. but need to make a exe file out

of autoit to make it work.



@="Copy to C:\Bak"


@="C:\\Windows\\Cop2bak.exe \"%1\""

Help would be appreciated, using XPpro

Thanks Tezza

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