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When I create a new folder lately, I cannot figure out how to rename it.  It says "untitled folder" and I can't figure out how to change that.  HELP!
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I can't tell what context this is.  What do Windows Server and Access have to do with folder names?

Right click on the folder and choose rename.
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Rename as described always works.  Also, click just once in the folder name and you can key in a new name directly.
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@Debbie Perkins - We answered your question. Can you close it please?
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