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Web Settings

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There are a few settings that you can change in the Web Settings window.  This How-To Article will show you what these settings are and what they're for.

Web Settings

1.  To display the Web Settings window, click the Tools menu and click Web Settings... from the menu that appears.

2.  The first text box that is displayed allows you to change the name of the current web.

3.  The only other settings that need to be changed are on the "Advanced" tab.  You can choose to show files in hidden directories and also empty the Temporary Files directory.

Note: There are many settings that you can change in the Web Settings window.  We can't describe them all here, but these are some of the most common.  If you want to learn about more of them, let us know.

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