At the prompt type "copy source target"
Source being the original file you want to copy and target being the new directory/name of the file.
No sure if this works in Windows 7 but in older versions of Windows you can also use xcopy instead of copy
You would have never guessed but it is: copy
COPY source destination [options]
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