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Recreating Template from a database

Posted on 1998-12-07
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I accidentally deleted a template file from a database and am now trying to recreate the template file.  I first select the database and select "New Copy" and then select "Database Design Only" and deselect the "Access control list" option and alter the name to a ".ntf" file as described in the help.  

This works all fine and creates a new .ntf fle.  But when I  try and specify a template name (in the Design tab of the db properties) it seems to add the template name ok but when I exit and go back to the Design tab the template name is missing.

Does anyone have any ideas on what could be wrong?

FYI I'm using Lotus Notes v4.6.2 under Windows NT v4.
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Make sure that the checkbox is checked and press the check mark after you enter in  the template name.  This should lock the name in.
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