2. Make an example directory

To learn the most of this tutorial, you should make an example directory on a drive (in my case drive D: but any other will work as well of course) and a subdirectory 'my Doc'. Put some files in these directories. For now, you can do this your own way without using the Windows Command Line. So select a drive and create

a. the directory 'test'
b. the subdirectory 'test\my Doc' (with space in the subdirectory name)
c. some (empty) files in 'test'
d. and some files into 'test\my Doc'

My D:\test contains the following eight files: 'file1.txt', 'file2.dat', 'file2.txt', 'file3.txt', 'pic001.jpg', 'pic002.jpg', 'musicBach.mp3' and 'musicBrahms.mp3'.

I placed two files 'doc 1.rtf' (with space!) and 'doc2.rtf' (without space) into D:\test\my Doc.

Remember that the words 'current directory' in the next chapters refer to D:\test