URL to use when copying a page?

Hi - I'm attempting to copy some pages from one course to another.  I click on "Settings --> Copy" on the old course, and then I've tried inputting various URLs from the new course, but I'm not able to make it copy.  Which specific URL needs to be in that box in order to replicate the page into my new course?  I've tried the course URL and the homepage URL with no success.   Thanks!

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  • Hi Ecolab! OK, so let's say that the page in old course you want to copy is: http://www.openlearning.com/course/courseA/pageA and you want to copy it to your courseB.

    You open http://www.openlearning.com/course/courseA/pageA , click on page Settings and choose Copy. In the box that you will see there, type the URL of your new course including the filename. You can keep the old one filename, or make a new one up. So, for example you don't want pageA to be called that in your new course, you want to call it pageB, you would type in http://www.openlearning.com/course/courseB/pageB

    Does this help?

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    • Alenka Prezelj I faced the same problem as well, followed the steps you mentioned, tried with the URL copied from URL bar, but this message appeared " Page could not be created at this path. Please try a different path" . So, I tried editing the URL but the same message appeared.  Can you please advise further?  Thank you.

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       Chee Choon Won Hi, could you post the links? (of both courses, and the page you're trying to copy) It'll be easier to see what went wrong. If you prefer, you can send them to support@openlearning.com

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    • Hi, Alenka Prezelj , thank you for your reply. I will send the question to support. 

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