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Opening all Units in a project automatically

Posted on 1998-11-20
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Hi...is there a fast/easy way to open up ALL the units of your project, instead of opening each unit file individually. I'm up to about 20-25 units in my project and it's a real pain in the neck having to open each file individually.

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   Shawn Halfpenny
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Hi

open all files you want to remain open and check the checkbox 'Desktop' under tools->enviroment options->preferences->autosave options. Whenever you load now your project, all files that were open the last time you closed your project are open.

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rene
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Bravo! Perfect...thanks Rene!

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   Shawn
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