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21851Re: [NTB] notetab lite 6.2

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  • afwritor
    Jul 6, 2010
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      I am also having the same issues. I have read the advice offered by you, and followed it, here is what I found.

      The files all show up when viewing the path within Notetab, but not when I go there using windows explorer. On my machine the files are being saved in: Local Disk (C:)>Program Files (x86)>Note Tab Light. That is where I can find them in notetab.

      --- In notetab@yahoogroups.com, Art Kocsis <artkns@...> wrote:
      > Heather,
      > "Lost" files are usually just misplaced into the wrong folder.
      > The first thing you need to do is find out where the file actually
      > IS which is probably not where it SHOULD be.
      > Since you are looking for a specific file the default Notetab file
      > folders have no bearing on this.
      > To find your file, open it with NoteTab and then click on
      > File | Save As
      > Make note of the file type (extension) to ensure its correctness.
      > Then note the current folder in the little "Save in:" window at the
      > top of the large "Save As:" window. Write down (or copy & paste)
      > this folder name. Then click on the folder icon with the green up
      > arrow and capture its name. This will be the parent folder of the
      > current folder. Repeat this process until you get to a physical drive.
      > You now have the actual file path in reverse order. (Note that the
      > "Save as:" dialog allows you to change paths as well as change
      > the name when saving a file.)
      > In the "open" dialog window of the app that you use to upload the file,
      > either paste the full path that you created above or start from the drive
      > letter (say C:), and work your way down by clicking on the appropriate
      > folder name. When you get the folder that contains the file, make sure
      > that your upload app is looking for the same file type that you used when
      > you saved your file (see the "files of type:" window) or set it to "All Files".
      > HTH,
      > Namaste', Art
      > At 07-04-10 12:12, you wrote:
      > >I am trying to upload an updated index page to my web site. When I open
      > >notetab and click open, I can find and open my file but when I go to
      > >upload the file, it has disappeared from my notetab file listing. I am
      > >running Windows 7 on my desktop. What can I try? Thanks
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