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Default "Save As" location

Posted on 2002-05-29
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When trying to save an attached file in an email using a right click and "Save As", a default directory pops up - how can I change that default directory.

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Carl
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Perfect! This worked.

Thanks very much for the prompt AND correct answer.

carl
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