Move files to a custom sub-folder using context menu.

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    Brink said:
    Yeah, Send To only sends a copy.
    Yes, but if you press Shift before selecting the entry, then it moves. So, this solution is by far the easiest and least intrusive. I am going to go with this until my requirements get more complex....on that note, any solutions to this?

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