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I can't respect that rule because once someone replies the thread dies.
Reference your statement above, look for private mail.

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It's a simple question, you either know or you don't know. Can a folder move be undone on a MAC 10.5 software. I took an OLD folder from my zip drive and dragged it to replace a NEW folder on my MAC harddrive, instead of the other way around. I need to undo this and get the NEW file back that was replaced by the OLD file. Does anyone understand this?
You overwrote a folder and now it's gone. As chas_m advised you back in post number #2, use your backup to recover. If you don't have a backup or don't know what Time Machine is, your folder is gone. No way to recover it. There is no "undo" feature. (Which is why you should be making backups.)
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