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How do I copy specific files from Google Drive to Dropbox without downloading and uploading them?

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I use Lexis to research articles for projects. Lexis put my downloaded articles in a special app on Dropbox.  I'm a new user and not a techie, so how do I move those articles into different folders under my Cleint's name on Dropbox.  Does one have to cut and paste ( which I'm terrible at) or is there an easier way to to just pull up the folders and physically drop them in?  

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Re: How do I copy specific files from Google Drive to Dropbox without downloading and uploading them

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Dropbox, and as far as I know, Google Drive, do not have such a feature. You'll either need to download from one service and reupload to the other, or use a third-party transfer service, such as mover.io.

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