Apr 07, 2005 Jim wrote: Can anyone please tell me if there is a way to change the datetime stamp on a folder andor file in Windows 2000? Yes there is, but it will require a thirdparty program to do it. Ninotech Path Copy is a shell extension for Windows 95, 98, NT4, 2000, and XP that enables to copy the path of a file or directory to the Clipboard.
You can then paste the path in to your document, email, etc. You copy the path of a file or directory by rightclicking it in the Windows Explorer and choosing Copy Path from the context menu. If Ninotech Date Edit 4. 0 is corrupted for unknown reasons, which means some files that are needed to uninstall Ninotech Date Edit 4. 0 may be missing or damaged, you may fail to uninstall it by using the methods mentioned above. Ninotech Date Edit) under the Name column.
Click on the Ninotech Date Editassociated entry. Click the Uninstall button on the top menu ribbon. Follow the onscreen directions to complete the uninstallation of your program.
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Sep 18, 2013 For the last five entries in the list, Ninotech Path Copy lets users customize settings to create new copy methods. It is possible to edit the menu name, choose the copy method (e. g. long name, short UNC), replace text, change capitalization and slashes, as well as enclose file paths in quotation marks. May 12, 2010 I'm running the Windows 7 RC and I tried to install Ninotech Pathcopy 4, which is basically a few DLL files and an INF file.
To install, you right; click the INF file and choose" Install" from the context menu. I did this, but I do not see the" Copy Path" submenu entry on rightclick context menus of files viewed in the Explorer windows.