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Call it FileName?

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Call it FileName?

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• Double-click on the string, and modify it to be the filename of the leofile.leo file you created, including the extension • Exit the registry editor and restart Windows Explorer (you may need to reboot on Windows 98) Now you should have a New:Leo File option in Explorer. This creates a duplicate of the file you saved. This can be useful because you could make a template Leo file containing some standard nodes that you always have and then save this.

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