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    moving a file back to a higher nested folder in 0365 without using Skydrive Pro

    hi there
    A quick & simple question

    One of our users is o365 online and adds a file to a folder (called folder B) by dragging from her desktop. She then realises that she has put into the wrong folder as wishes to drag and drop it to the same folder as folder B (ie in folder A which will contain folder B and the file)

    How can you drag and drop a file into anothe folder without using Skydrive Pro?

    Thanks

    John

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    Go to the top root folder , click the library tab and open with explorer then you can manage the files like you do in windows explorer , you have to be using internet explorer for the option to be available and it use to be only the 32bit version of internet explorer would work but they did update SharePoint Online to support both I believe

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