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notsosavvy

Member Since 10 Feb 2006
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In Topic: Internet Question

23 July 2014 - 06:34 AM

Thanks to both of you. I do have Carbonite backup service, so should be ok there.


In Topic: Organizing Items In A Kit

01 July 2014 - 12:00 PM

Yes Aggie, moving items inside my folders. That was so nice when I could just take hold and move where I wanted them, But for now copy and rename will have to do. Thank you all for helping.You gave me great ideas.


In Topic: Organizing Items In A Kit

26 June 2014 - 10:25 AM

I'm guessing you rename your items and then move them, right? Even when I put in a different name or alpha letter, they automatically move alphabetically.. If I rename and then use sort by name,they won't move automatically? I can't seem to get rid of them moving automatically. I never get a chance to move them manually. Hope this is not confusing


In Topic: Organizing Items In A Kit

25 June 2014 - 08:23 AM

Sorry for the confusion. By line up, I mean the elements are together like they should be. One after the other. I do use sort by type. I tried by name and they are really mixed up. At least by type, all the paper is together. It is the elements that become scattered.Would love to know how you move things in windows 7. I have my stash in a folder and sub folders, on my desktop. Just sort them there

.I do appreciate all the help here,and this is no big deal, I can copy any strays and move them that way. Just takes longer.


In Topic: Organizing Items In A Kit

23 June 2014 - 07:02 AM

Gayle this is the name under these journal cards.     SPC_SewQuilty_JCwb.jpg  and    SPC_SewQuilty_JCwb-nolines.jpg. These line up just fine.

SPC_SewQuilty_JCwb-nolines.ping   does not line up. It sits with buttons. I have tried numbers after the SPC and different letters at the beginning.Deleted some of the middle words and so far nothing will put it back with the others.I did copy it and got it up there, but would like to know another way (if there is one) to move items.