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    changing user name folders
    When I first got my macbook pro, I put my father's name as the first user name to log in. Now, I changed his user name to mine. Even though the profile is under my name, the folders aren't.

    Under the folders I want to rename, the File & Extension name text box is still grayed out- even if I unlock it. I'm not quite sure what other options are there for me.

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    Macbook Pro5, 3 (2009) 2.66 GHz; iMac 21' 2010, Macbook Pro 13' 2010; iMac 20' 2010; MacMini 1T2011
    soooo...bump!

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    See the following Apple KB article. LINK

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