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Title: Vim editor, how can I save a file in other directory
ID: /2016/11/10/Vim-editor_-how-can-I-save-a-file-in-other-directory
Created: November 10, 2016
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On your launcher the second icon is a picture of a filing cabinet. This is called Nautilus (Ubuntu’s File Manager).

Select Nautilus and your home directory should open. You should see your file there.

Right click on your file and select β€˜copy’. Open your email, compose a new message, click on the message body. Then β€˜right click’ and this time select β€˜Paste’.

These instructions work for Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04 but I don’t know if 12.04 includes Nautilus.

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