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Changing file names on computer

I am unable to change names of files. A box comes up saying: 'if you change a file name extension the file may become unusable. are you sure you want to change it?'

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What type of files are you trying to rename, and how are you trying to change the name?

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How to Show File Extensions in Windows?


Bring up a folder. Under tools select folder options. When the menu comes up click view. You will see a lot of check boxes in the file tree. You can pick the ones you like. Put a tick in the box by clicking it, or remove the tick by clicking it.
In windows 7 the most common files extension or known type are hidden. If you unclick that box you can see any file extensions. However if you need to change the name of a file, you must not alter the file extension, or type it back if you make a mistake of deleting it.

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HOW TO OPEN A MICROSOFT OFFICE 2007 USING OFFICE 2003.


Hi,if you have Microsoft 2003 office(ie .doc,.xls, etc)installed on your PC
no need to break any sweat because you can open documents sent
to you that was saved in Microsoft 2007 format(ie .docx,.xlsx etc).
N/B:the .doc and .docx is the file extension.
Here is what you need to do when you have such issues ie .docx etc(document in office 2007)
and you need to open it:
Step for WINDOWS XP USERS:
You have a file.E.g Boss and you are using Microsoft office 2003,here is what what you need to do:
i) Open My Documents folder
ii) Then go to Tools menu
iii) Folder Options=>a Folder option box pops out
iv) Here you click on the View tab =>go to the advance Settings section=>count nine check boxes down from the top and on the tenth you have "HIDE EXTENSIONS FOR KNOWN FILE TYPES"
v) Uncheck this box and click OK
vi) Now go to the file which will have something like these now E.g Boss.docx
vii) Right-click on the file select rename=> delete the "X" in Boss.doc(x) only and press enter
viii) A message box titled Rename will appear saying "IF YOU CHANGE A FILE NAME EXTENSION,THE FILE MAY BECOME UNUSABLE. Are You Sure You Want To Change It"
ix) Click yes
x) You now have something like this e.g Boss.doc and you can open your file to view its content that could not be done before.




Step for VISTA/7 USERS:
You have a file.E.g Boss and you are using Microsoft office 2003,here is what what you need to do:
i) Open Documents folder
ii) Then go to ORGANIZE directly under file,edit & view menu or beside VIEWS tab.
iii) Select Folder and Search Options=>a Folder option box pops out
iv) Here you click on the View tab =>go to the advance Settings section=>count eight check boxes down, from the top and on the ninth you have "HIDE EXTENSIONS FOR KNOWN FILE TYPES"
v) Uncheck this box and click OK
vi) Now go to the file which will have something like these now E.g Boss.docx
vii) Right-click on the file select Rename=> delete the "X" in Boss.doc(x) only and press enter
viii) A message box titled Rename will appear saying "IF YOU CHANGE A FILE NAME EXTENSION,THE FILE MAY BECOME UNUSABLE. Are You Sure You Want To Change It"
ix) Click yes
x) You now have something like this e.g Boss.doc and you can open your file to view its content that could not be done before.


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I'm unable to rename any file in win XP,a message appears "If you change a file name extension,the file may become unusable" Plz help


Go to control panel then go to folder option then click on view tab. On the list you'll find a option named "Hide extensions for known file type". Enable this option and click OK. Now you can rename your files easily.

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I'm unable to rename any file in win XP,a message appears displaying "If you change a file name extension,the file may become unusable" Plz help to fix this


Go to control panel then go to folder option then click on view tab. On the list you'll find a option named "Hide extensions for known file type". Enable this option and click OK. Now you can rename your files easily.

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Computer problem


Hi,

This is not a problem, you can go ahead with changes, as far as the extension that you are giving is correct, there are no issues.

Hope this helps.

Thanks.

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Saving my scrapbook file to jpeg file


go to file/save as
change the name of the file, make sure that <.scrapbook> is not in the name
the box under file name, you can change the extension, just scroll down to find the extension you want

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The resource cannot be displayed The page you are looking for cannot be opened by your browser because it has a file name extension that your browser does not accept....


RESOLUTION loadTOCNode(1, 'resolution'); To resolve this problem, make sure that the Accept header of the client request matches the MIME type that is specified for the requested content file name extension on the server. To do this, follow these steps: 1. Start IIS Manager. To do this, click Start, click Run, type inetmgr.exe, and then click OK. 2. In IIS Manager, expand the server name, expand Web sites, and then click the Web site that you want to modify. 3. In Features View, double-click MIME Types. 4. Double-click the MIME type that you want to modify. 5. In the Edit MIME type dialog box, type the appropriate MIME type for the content file name extension in the MIME Type box.

Note You can also set the MIME type of the content file name extension to */* to accept any MIME type

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Changing file names


Normally you will get a message to the effect of "if you change the file name it may effect other users who try to open this file" something like that. File extensions usually look like this C:documents/file.123/exe. etc.... As long as you're changing it normally and not in the extension manor (like the example), then you should be fine in changing the name. Try this; make a copy of the file, rename it, then see if it is still usable. If so, then you shouldn't have any problem renaming the others. Try this and let me know.

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if your afraid to click yes, copy another image of the file and rename it by clicking yes, you'll be sure you wont lose the original file. read-only file are the ones that warn you this message, you may change its properties to archive.

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