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    How to re-name folders!
    Hi,


    how to re-name folders on the desktop?

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    highlight it, press return/enter, type the new name, press enter
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    You can also click once on it to highlight, then click once on the name and it will let you rename it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobtomay View Post
    highlight it, press return/enter, type the new name, press enter
    Do you mean Shift+Return/Enter? thats the way it works for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashtraypro View Post
    Do you mean Shift+Return/Enter? thats the way it works for me.
    It works either way, although I have always used just Enter
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    Hi,


    thanks lot.

    It sounds easy and thats why I couldnt understand why it wasnt working with Mac- as it was working with my WS in the past!

    You can also click three times on the file, and change that way your file name!

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