So, are you wanting to add a specific folder to the Send To context menu?
Send To Context Menu
Create a Shortcut to the folder you want.
Right click any file and Send To that shortcut. Done.
This does not move, only copies.
If you want a move to a specific folder, I will have to research that a bit and see what can be done.
What Brink provided is a good tweak to have as well.
Ok, the following will move a file from where you right click it to a specific folder
The caveat to this is,, Undo Move will not work (ie, CTRL+Z or Undo Move)
I am working on folders, but this is not working out at the moment.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
@="cmd /c move /Y \"%1%\" C:\\Users\\YOUR PROFILE\\Documents\\Test"
I have gotten it to move all files in a folder to that Test folder when right clicking on a selected folder, but can't get it to create the directory structure of the target. This may require a script and a rightclick context menu to that script,., PowerShell or VB.
still working on it.