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How do I change the name tabs of my cardfiles?

How do I change the name tabs of my cardfiles?

How do I change the name tabs of my cardfiles?

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Hi there,
   in Sidekick 99 does anyone know how to change the names of the cardfiles I created? In '95 you could go into the program files & find. I could not find these in 99.
 Thanks! Keith

RE: How do I change the name tabs of my cardfiles?

Dear Keith,
Just File|SaveAs each cardfile, one at a time as another name. Then delete the original cardfile in the File|Open Dialog by right-clicking on it and choosing delete.
When you SaveAs, the original cardfile remains and you save a copy, so you need to delete the original to avoid having 2 identical cardfiles.
HTH

Regards Jim
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