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each file name you have selected. You can cancel the selection of a file or folder by pressing "Space". This feature is a convenient method for selecting multiple files for copying, cutting, or deleting. 3.13.5 Create new folder Use this option to create a new sub-folder under the current folder. Press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" or “Alt” and move to the "New Folder" option using “Space-4”, and press “Enter” on "New Folder" to activate this function. Use the hot key "Ctrl-f (dots 1-2-4)" to access this feature directly from the file list. Braille EDGE 40 prompts, "folder name?". Enter your preferred new folder name in computer Braille, and press "Enter". Your new folder is created and “new folder completed” is displayed. When creating a new folder name, you cannot use the following characters: "|, \, <, >, ?, :, *” 3.13.6 Rename files and folders You can change the name of a file or folder by using this function. To change the name of a file or folder, move to the file or folder you wish to rename. Open the menu by using "Space-m (dots 1-3-4)" and choose "Rename" from the menu list and press "Enter". You can also use the hot key "Ctrl-E (dots 1-5)” to activate the "Rename" function directly from the file list. Braille EDGE 40 asks for a new name. On the Braille display, "New file (or folder) name: noname.brl" appears. You must type the new file/folder name in ASCII characters. Press "Enter" after entering a new file name to complete the renaming process. Braille EDGE displays, “rename completed”. You cannot use the following characters in a file name or folder: “|, \, <, >, ?, :, *”
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3.13.7 Find file or folder Use the "Find" function to locate a file or folder for which you know all or part of the name. You can press "Space-m (dots 1-3-4) to open the menu and move to "Find" and press "Enter". You can press "Ctrl-S (dot 2-3-4)" to activate this function directly from the file list. When you activate the file search, the unit prompts "File for find:" you are placed on the edit box for entering the file name to search". Type all or part of the file name and press "Enter". Braille EDGE 40 searches for all files containing the text you entered. When the file search is complete, you are placed in the results list. If you press "Enter" on a file, you are placed on the path where the file is stored. You can open the file by pressing "Enter" on the file name again. If there is no search result, “no items” is displayed and you are returned to the file list. If you want to cancel this function, press “Esc” key and you are returned to the file list. 3.14 Information This function allows you to check information about a folder or file. To open “information”, press “Ctrl-I (dots 2-4)”. Or pres “Space-m (dots 1-3-4)”, or “Alt”, and move to “Information” by pressing “Space-4” and press “Enter”. You can view size, date, time, and protection status (write/read).
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