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Windows 7 : Working with Files - Rename a File

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You can change the names of your files, which is useful if the current name of the file does not accurately describe its contents. By giving your documents descriptive names, you make it easier to later find the file you want.

Make sure that you rename only those documents that you have created yourself or that someone else has given to you. Do not rename any of the Windows 7 system files or any files associated with your programs, or your computer may behave erratically or crash.

Rename a File

1 Open the folder that contains the file you want to rename.

2 Click the file.

3 Click Organize.

NOTE

In addition to renaming files, you can also rename any folders that you created yourself.

4 Click Rename.

A text box appears around the file name.

NOTE

You can also select the Rename command by clicking the file and then pressing .

5 Type the new name you want to use for the file.

NOTE

If you decide that you do not want to rename the file after all, press to cancel the operation.

NOTE

The name you type can be up to 255 characters long, but it cannot include the following characters: < >, ? : " \ *.

6 Press or click an empty section of the folder.

The new name appears under the file's icon.


 
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