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New project

FileLinker helps you to manage your files for a project.

To do this, select the menu item New project in the menu bar.

Here you can conveniently create a folder for your project in the project folder that has been defined in the FileLinker settings.

Enter the name of the new folder in the Project Name dialog box.

Use the Copy templates option to specify whether the files stored in the FileLinker folder \My templates should also be copied to the new folder when you create it.

Then click the Create new project button.

FileLinker automatically creates a folder with the defined subdirectories in the project folder.

If you are using FileLinker Enterprise, you also have the option of selecting a predefined project map during this process.

Note: Each newly created folder automatically contains the subdirectory \Documents, independent of other defined subdirectories. The \Documents folder is important if you want to use the log functionality of FileLinker. The logging functionality of FileLinker only considers files that are located in the \Documents folder.

Note: If you have defined folders with the same name in FileLinker’s \My Templates folder, files stored there will be automatically copied to the new folder. Example: If in the FileLinker folder \My Templates a subfolder named \Tables has been defined, which contains a table file (e.g. Calculations.xlsx), then this file will be automatically copied to the newly created folder \Tables.

After creating the project FileLinker changes to the Master Link view.

The FileLinker file is already on the clipboard and can be pasted immediately into an external program, such as OneNote.

Use the Paste command or the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V to paste the FileLinker file.

Note: If the project directory (also with contents) already exists when creating a project, only missing subdirectories and files from the template folder \My Templates will be added. Already existing folders and files will not be changed.

New project