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> It has been so long since I have documented any DOS activities that
> I have forgotten the language.
> When you're telling to move around in a command window from one
> directory to another, and you're giving the path, what do you say?
> For example, say the procedure starts in C:\\Program
> Files\Happytime\Candy cane\Server 111\
> and in the next step you want the reader to go/switch/move to c:
> \\Program Files\Happytime\Easter Egg\Bunnies 124\
> Whaddya say? "Go to"? Probably. My brain is simply hiccuping at this
> point. It's been too long . . .
I think you want to tell them to "change directory" (cd).
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