You can do it manually and relink your resources…
Create a Folder for a project (I use Desktop/Websites/ProjectName), but you can use Documents or whatever you choose (MUST be on local drive)
- This is where your RW project file will be (filename.rw6)
Add a folder under it for Assets (Desktop/Websites/ProjectName/Assets)
- this is where you would add site images, pdf files, zip files, etc (You can sub-folder organize here if you desire)
So, you have closed RapidWeaver, moved your project file to the proper folder, now open it
Now you have to go to each resource independently and find it’s source, copy the file to your created Assets folder and relink it in RW Resources to the new folder location.
In the future, when you find an image you want to use or other resource, simply copy it to this new Assets folder
Now, all your assets are in one place, should you ever have to zip it up and send it to support for troubleshooting, everything is in one root folder and easily located.
It sure is a PITA for current projects but worth the trouble in the end for disbursement of project to Client if that is in the contract or to zip for long-term storage to clear disk space.