How to Copy an Excel File to My E Drive
By Ryan Casima
Excel files are spreadsheet documents created by Microsoft Office Excel software. The E: drive in your computer is most likely a removable storage device, because the A: and B: slots are reserved for floppy drives, the C: location is for the hard drive, and the D: slot is reserved for the optical drive (CD/DVD). Copying an Excel file does not require any special software and can be done with the copy, cut and paste method.
Locate the folder that contains the Excel files, which is most likely the "My Documents" folder.
Right-click the Excel file and select the "Copy" option. If you want to copy the Excel file without leaving another copy in the original folder, select the "Cut" option.
Open the "Start" menu and click on the "E:" drive.
In the E: drive, select a folder that you want to copy the Excel file to; if there are no folders, you can create one by right-clicking the screen and selecting the "Folder" option in the "New" list.
Open the folder and right-click the screen. Select "Paste." The Excel files will now be copied to the folder.
Ryan Casima is a student at the Illinois Institute of Technology and is going to major in bioengineering. He has been featured on various websites as a cardio-fitness expert. Casima has studied human anatomy, body function and medicine in general since 2009.