fedora , even in a virtual env. should be able to save to your windows drive /mnt/windows if it is mounted.
getting windows to save to fedora ????? but seeing as fedora can read and wright to your ntfs drive there should not be a big problem
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I've found the easiest way is to download WinSCP. It's a GUI scp client that runs in Windows.
Put it on the Windows side and you can swap files between the two with it.
The other easy way is with samba, but unless I need samba on the guest (or host, as I do it the other way around) WinSCP is easier and takes no configuration aside from putting in your username and password.