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ADDING WORDS TO THE END OF FILE NAMES

In Tiger, if you want to add to an existing file's name (for example, if you had a Photoshop file named “Hawaii Collage” and you wanted to add the words “Summer 2005” to the end), you don't have to be in a certain viewing mode—just click on the icon to highlight it and press Return, then press the Right Arrow key to jump to the end of the existing name. Then all you have to do is type “Summer 2005.” Press the Return key again to lock in your new name. Note: To add characters at the beginning of the name, do the same routine—just press the Left Arrow instead.


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