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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by boozy, Dec 7, 2001.

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  1. boozy

    boozy Thread Starter

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    Hi can anyone tell me how I can save my internet and email settings so that whenever I have to re configure my hard drive or re-install windows I can avoid having to manually type them all
    into the system again,and also my desktop colour scheme.Can I
    Save all the above to a disk and reload whenever I have to re-
    install windows.


    Cheers,


    Boozybaz
     
  2. Davey7549

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    Boozy
    Welcome to TSG!
    I am not sure you can easily save your e-mail settings because I believe they are regisrty entries and not a file.
    However with the theme once you have your desktop theme set up the way you want it use the save as function and apply a name to it. Example, after desktop is set up click save as and
    type in XXXXX.theme where the x's is the name you selected.
    Once saved you can copy the files to floppy and in the future copy it back to the theme folder. My themes are stored in C:\Program Files\Plus!\Themes
    If you do a search typing in *.theme you will find themes if they already exist.
    Hope that helps.
    Dave
     
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    I recommend typing them up in a simple text file using Notepad. Then you can easily verify them if you're having a problem, or enter them if you decide to change to a different operating system or a different e-mail client.
     
  6. DoyceJ

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    Oh, I just assumed anything technical had to be OE. :D
     
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