You can drag and drop a file onto another application outside of File Manager, regardless of whether the application is displayed as an icon or as an open window. If you drop a file with an inappropriate format onto a window or icon, the move or copy is not performed.
When you drop a file onto the drag and drop target or icon of an application, the file is loaded into the application. Follow these steps to load a file into another application:
In File Manager, click SELECT on the file icon that you want to load.
Drag the file onto the application icon or drag and drop target, and release SELECT.
The file is loaded into the application. Note that when you drag and drop a file to an application outside of File Manager, the file is always copied. The original file remains in File Manager. For example, if you move a file from File Manager to Print Tool, the original file is not deleted after it is printed.
If the application cannot accept the file format, the file is not loaded. When you drop an icon of an incompatible file type onto an open window, or when you drop an icon onto an inappropriate location, an error message is displayed in the footer of the destination window.