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question for mac users - textEdit

Posted by jannaz (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 20, 11 at 14:07

Is there any way to change the name of a document in TextEdit? I looked in textEdit help and came up with zilch.


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RE: question for mac users - textEdit

I presume you the file name? There's a couple of ways. In Finder, highlight and wait a second a click the name again. The name will be highlighted and you can change it. You can also, in Finder right click on the document and then choose "Get Info" (which is a lot like properties in Windows). The name is about halfway down and changeable. In Text Editor you can also just choose "Save As".

RE: question for mac users - textEdit

OK! I'll give both a try.

Thank you.

RE: question for mac users - textEdit

"Save As" did the trick!


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