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Hi,

I know that to share a mac folder with windows you have to add it to the shared folders list. This is easy enough, but what about adding a windows folder to share with mac?

I have shopping cart software where all my pics are in windowsxp>programfiles>actinic>sites>site1

I tried drap and drop to the parallels shared folder. This just copies the folder and doesnt actually move it. So at the moment I think I would need to create the pics, save them in a folder on mac or in the shared folder then move them to sites>site1

This is a lot of work and I am looking to streamline it. Ideally I would want to work in Photoshop in the mac environment and be able to save directly to windowsxp>programfiles>actinic>sites>site1

I would really appriciate any help that you can offer

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