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Updating shortcut files all at once

This shortcut actually works in a number of other popular applications as well.

Simply place your mouse on the tab well and middle click to close the tab.

You can’t know whether a missing file is up to date until its original is located.

Clicking this will prompt you to save your work and will then close all documents that are currently open.

Yes, this does affect more than just the documents in the Tab Well – floating documents are also closed.

You can keep your mouse in the first spot and click away.

I’m sure there are other ways to close documents, but these are some of my favorite. Please add any of your favorites that I missed to the comments.

For example, this icon appears if you import a Photoshop graphic into In Design, and then you or someone else edits and saves the original graphic in Photoshop.

A slightly different version of the Modified icon appears when a graphic is modified and one or more instances are updated while others are not.

However, files that are pasted from a website in Internet Explorer do not display in this panel.

In In Copy, the Links panel also displays linked stories.

If the bitmap image you place is 48K or smaller, In Design automatically embeds the full‑resolution image instead of the screen-resolution version in your layout.

In Design displays these images in the Links panel, so that you can control versions and update the file whenever you like; however, the link is not necessary for optimal output.

Comments Updating shortcut files all at once

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    To open an existing file. CTRL-P, PRINT / Displays the Print dialog box. CTRL-S, SAVE / Displays the Save As dialog box. CTRL-V, PASTE / Pastes a cut or copied item from one location to another. CTRL-X, CUT / Cuts selected items. CTRL-Y, REDO / Redoes previously undone commands. CTRL-Z, UNDO / Undoes the.…

  • Windows 10 tip Add custom shortcuts to the Start menu ZDNet
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    Jul 26, 2017. Adding your own customized program shortcuts to the Start menu is easy, once you know where those shortcuts are stored. In this example, we want to add all the new shortcuts into a subfolder called Settings, so right-click any empty space in the File Explorer window, click New Folder, name that folder.…