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I sometimes download files to my desktop, test/view them and then move them to where they belong, using Ctrl+X and Ctrl+P. On occasion, I forget to close a program that's using such a file (e.g. a PDF reader). In those cases, some files move successfully, but others fail.

After I closed the offending programs, how can I redo/continue to paste the remaining files with one keyboard shortcut? I'm using Windows XP.

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You can use 3rd party softwares to achieve that. For example, TeraCopy and Piky Basket are two good copy/paste management programs.

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