Reading out folder locations and file paths the fast way

Sometimes one needs the specific location of a file or folder in order to point macros or programs towards a clear defined path. This can be done in many ways, however the easiest is to open the terminal and drag and drop the folder or file onto the terminal window:

et voila, the file path is presented in the terminal window.

Please note: the screenshots are from a MAC and the terminal looks different on PCs.

2 Replies to “Reading out folder locations and file paths the fast way”

  1. how to drag and drop the folder or file onto the terminal window?

    1. left mouse click on the folder and drag the folder over the window

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