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Windows 7: How Can I Access Photos Under Other User?

23 Feb 2010   #11

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Thanks, I had already seen I could do it that way. If I do so, I am assuming that will actually copy the files, not just give me a different way to access them. So, unless I want photos to take up double the hard drive space they do now, I will have to delete them from my wife's user name file, correct?

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