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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Renaming

Now that JanesFile.txt has been copied from JanesFolder to JanesOtherFolder it is ready to be renamed as something else. 

  1. In one of the navigation views, select JanesFile.txt in JanesOtherFolder.

  2. From the file's context menu, select Rename.

  3. The navigation view overlays the file's name with a text field.  Type in JanesText.txt and press Enter.

     

    Project Explorer view

    To halt the renaming of a resource, Escape can be pressed to dismiss the text field.

Copy and rename works on folders as well. 

  1. In one of the navigation views, select the folder JanesOtherFolder.

  2. From the folder's context menu choose Rename.

  3. Once again the navigation view overlays the folder name with an entry field to allow the typing in of a new name. Change the folder name to be JanesSecondFolder.
  4. Rename the folder back to its original name (JanesOtherFolder).

 
 
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