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General information
About WinOrganizer
Overview of features
Installation and system requirements
What's new in this version?
History of changes
Year 2000 compliance
Working with program
Adding and editing notes
Inserting hyperlinks
Paragraph formatting
Inserting tables
Table properties
Search in comments
Attaching files
Adding and editing events
Adding and editing tasks
Adding and editing contacts
Forming a full name
Forming a title
View image
Graphic formats
Adding and editing passwords
Recycle Bin
User interface
System tray icon
Toolbar and menus
File menu
Edit menu
View menu
Document menu
Record menu
Insert menu
Format menu
Table menu
Tools menu
Help menu
Working with files
Database manager
Search in file
Working with documents
Document properties
Protecting documents by password
Working with records
Printing documents
Print preview
Print report options
Sections and keywords
Example of template
Setting dates and alarms
Advanced date/time settings
Date and time
Dialing a phone number
Dialer settings
Program options
Additional options
User interface
Creating documents
Font settings
Interface language
Dialog box options
Integration with Chameleon Clock
Converting files of 1.xx format
Pocket PC synchronization
Chameleon Clock
Technical support
You've lost a key?
E-mail address has been changed?
License and registration
Limitations of unregistered version

Attaching files

WinOrganizer allows users to attach external files (.doc, .xls, .jpg, .mp3, .exe, etc.) to any type of records. Thus, you can save attached files in your database along with notes or comments. Furthermore, files attached to a password-protected document are also protected using the same password.

To attach a file, select Record - Attached Files - Attach File, or click the button on the toolbar. In the dialog box that appears, select a file to be attached and click the Open button. The selected file will be added to the comment's body of the current record.

Example of a record that contains attached documents:

1. Icon that denotes the presence of attached files for the record
2. Panel that contains files attached to the current record

Attaching files via Drag & Drop

You can attach files to the body of a comment via Drag & Drop from Explorer or Windows Desktop. To do this, drag a desired file to the WinOrganizer window. Depending on the place within the program window where you drag your file to, the following activities are performed:
  • If you drag a file to the list of records, it will be added to the record over which the cursor is positioned at the moment.
  • If you drag a file to the comment/note body area, a link to the selected file will be added to the body of this comment/note. While dragging, press and hold the Alt button to attach the file itself.
  • If you drag a file to the panel of attached files of the current record, the file will be added to this record and displayed on this panel.

Working with attached files

You can open, save, or delete attached files. To do this, right-click an attached file. A pop-up menu will appear on the screen:

Attach File - allows to attach additional files to the current record.
Open - opens the current file. Note that if you edit an attached file (for example, an MS Word file) and save changes, the modified data will not be added to WinOrganizer. If you want to edit an attached file, first of all, save it to the disk. Then, open it for editing and, when done, attach back to the record.
Save... - displays a dialog box for saving an attached file to the disk.
Save All Attached Files - saves all attached files to the specified folder.
Delete - deletes the selected file from the record.
View - allows you to switch the view mode for attached files in the panel.

If you drag a file from the panel of attached files to a note or comment, the corresponding link to this file will be added. If you drag a graphics file (for example, .jpg), the graphics itself will be inserted in the note body. If you drag a text file (txt), its contents will be added to the body of your note.

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