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Cannot Open File
Cannot Open File: DOS Error Code (code, doscode) indicates that a large
file cannot be opened. It may already be opened by another application. If so,
close the file and select Retry. Otherwise select Cancel.
(File name): Conversion Error (code) indicates that an error has
occurred converting a document file to load into a document window. If the
conversion process is lengthy, a time-out error will occur, but you can wait
until the process is done. Select Retry to continue to wait, or
Cancel to cancel the file open.
(File name): Save Changes to File: You are about to replace an open
file, abandon a document, or clear a document window, but the indicated
document has been modified but not saved. Select Yes to save the
document, No to discard the document, or Cancel to cancel the
clear, replace, or abandon request
File Not Saved
File Not Saved: (message) message is displayed along with an error code.
The error code is usually a DOS file error code, as documented in your DOS
manual. Generally, DOS file error codes are the result of a full disk or a full
directory. Smart Characters has two error messages of its own:
- 999 Canceled by Operator: you canceled the save.
- Error 17995 means your license is not yet registered. See
License Not Registered(A-
Original Format Query
(File name): File was opened in (format name) format, Would you like to save
it in Smart Characters 3.0 format? asks whether to convert the format or
save as is. Select Yes to save as Smart Characters 3.0, No to
save in the original format, and Cancel to cancel the save.
(File name): Cannot convert Interpreted (format name) format. Re-open
and Convert to SC notifies you that File | Save As converts from
Smart Characters formats only. Use
to convert between native formats.
(File name): Save Smart Characters Header asks whether to save the Smart
Characters header to this native file. This information allows quick access to
the file, saves global formatting, and can be deleted easily by most native
word processors. Select Yes to save the header, No to not save
the header, and Cancel to cancel the save.
- To save any file without a header, select View
Ascii Only, then File | Save.
Backup Existing File
(File name): Backup Existing File: The file you are saving already
exists, and is a medium size or larger (small files are always backed up). It
may be a prior version, or you may have specified the wrong file name.
- Yes erases any previous backup file (".bak"), renames the existing
file with the backup extension, and saves the document. Use this option by
- No erases and overwrites the old file. Handy when disk space is low,
deadly if you make a mistake. Use this option only when you absolutely have to,
and only for the largest files.
- Cancel doesn't save the document. You can change the name, or cancel
the save in the
Cannot Close a Permanent Window
Note: You can't close the permanent (name) window, minimize it instead:
Active Document Window Only
Note: This Command operates on an active document window only: Select
OK, restore a document window or open a new one, and try again.
Create File with Same Name Query
(File name): Create a new file (.?v0) with the same name? occurs after
selecting a vocabulary file for processing by the vocabulary file converter,
which would result in a new document file with the same name. Select OK
to create the new document (be careful to keep track of which is which), or
Cancel to not create the document.
Save Form Query
(Form name): Save a new form with these values? You have typed in a new
form name in the Format
dialog, and selected OK to apply the form to the current document.
Select Yes to create and save the new system-wide form for use in other
documents, No to keep the form private to the current document.
(Form name): Update the existing form with new values? You have changed
some values in the Page Setup dialog. Select Yes to update the
system-wide form, No to keep the changes private to the current
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