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Right-click the Log Server icon on your Windows toolbar and select Merge Log Files. Browse to find the files to put together and click Merge. The log files are put together and saved to a new file in the specified directory.
Navigate to the folder from which you wish to move the data to another folder. Copy all its contents by using the Ctrl + A (select all) and Ctrl + C (copy) shortcut combinations.
Navigate to the folder from which you wish to move the data to another folder. Copy all its contents by using the Ctrl + A (select all) and Ctrl + C (copy) shortcut combinations.
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Right-click on the desktop or in a folder and choose New | Text Document from the resulting Context menu. Name the text document anything you like, such as "Combined. Open the newly created text file in Notepad. Using Notepad, open a text file you want combined. Press Ctrl+A. Press Ctrl+C.
Step 1: Browse to the folder containing the CSV files that you would like to merge. Step 2: Hold down the Shift key on your keyboard, right-click the folder containing the CSV files that you wish to merge, then click the Copy as path option.
Windows Start Button | Run. Type cmd and hit enter ("command" in Win 98) Go to the folder with the CSV files (for help how to do that enter "help cd") Type copy *. csv all. txt and hit enter to copy all data in the files into all. txt. Type exit and hit enter to close the DOS window.
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