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  • luism
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    Thanks Rodolfo and Aaron..
    but what does it mean when rodolfo says
    "with the icon that is a folder with a "-"."?
    Thanks

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  • Aaron
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    Hello,

    Rodolfo's overall steps should be sound.

    After creating the File Name Filter of *.jpg to show only jpg files. You can use the Edit menu -> Expand All, Edit menu -> Select All Files, then Shift+Arrow keys to select only one side or the other, then the Copy command to copy to other side, or the Copy To Folder command to copy to a third destination.

    Does this meet your needs?

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  • RodolfoGiovanninetti
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    You can set a filter to include only *.jpg, using the icon with glasses.
    Then, You can choose to compare only files, with the icon that is a folder with a "-".
    Then You can expand all.
    You should see only folders that contains files You are looking for.
    And You should be able to copy files and folders.
    I did not test this in a complete manner, but it should work.

    Regards

    Rodolfo Giovanninetti

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  • luism
    started a topic Is there a way for for me to extract jpegs?

    Is there a way for for me to extract jpegs?

    I am trying to do this.. I have several external harddrives that contain many jpgs that I want to gather onto one hardrive.
    using Beyond.. can I search external drive f for only jpgs and then extract a copy of the file and folder on a folder in my home drive c: ?

    Thanks
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