EDIT: Reason for edit is to clear up some of the words that I used in relation to symbolic link that gave the impression I wanted to move folders and symbolic link, when I want to store the contents from c: on D: instead but still allow programs that are looking for the default windows file locations which is symbolically linked to d:
Updated Original Question: I am trying to decide which folders in windows 7 can be symbolically linked to another location lets say for example symbolic link c:\users\username\my videos to d:\users\username\my videos which is where the files are actually stored and any program that needs to use my videos won't know that the files it sees or saves really aren't on C: drive but actually are stored on D: because of me making a symbolic link.
I know I shouldn't or just can't move certain folders to a different drive, such Program Files (x86), Program Files, Programdata, Windows (I know you can't move this). I looked through the web for some listing of folders that could be symbolically linked to another location (another drive in my case). I am trying to take some of the data that would be stored on my SSD and symbolically link it to my large HDD instead. I am pretty sure My documents can be relocated via symbolic link, but will I need to do a symbolic link for each and every folder within My Documents or will a symbolic link of just My documents be suffienct.
The folders that Microsoft has stated are okay to do this will be helpful.
Since I saw some confusion about what I am doing, when I say move via symbolic link, I am referring to the following example. I want to symbolically link c:\users\username\my videos to d:\users\username\my videos. So when a program tries to save something to the original C:\users\username\my videos it will think it has done just that, when in fact it is being stored via symbolic link to d:\users\username\my videos. When it tries to retrieve it, it will still look at the c:\users\username\my videos and will actually see the files that are on d:\users\username\my videos and won't notice the difference. Hope that clears up some of the concerns in comments