move the My Documents folder to another drive

Hello! I just upgraded to Win XP Pro for Win 7 x 64. no problems! I would like to move the My Documents folder, my drive C on my drive D. I was able to do under XP, but do not know the procedure for win 7? No information or advice will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

The My Documents folder is part of Windows 7 new document library. A library combines several folders that contain similar file types.

To move your documents to the D drive:

1. create a new folder of documents on the D drive.
2. right click on the new folder and click include in library > Documents .
3. click on Start > Documents .
4. double-click My Documents to display its content.
5 drag and drop the files to the new folder.
6. press F5 to refresh the view.
7. in the document library , click locations .
8. right click on the new folder, and then click set as default save location .
9. [optional] click My Documents , and then click Remove .
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