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default file

The type of file format that the current data will be saved to if no other file type is selected. For example, in a graphics program, the default file might be a JPEG or GIF. In Microsoft Word, the default file type is either a DOC or DOCX file. See default and extension.
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RHEL 7 brings a long list of new capabilities such as using systemd for service startup and management, and using XFS as the default file system allowing storage up to 500TB.
But anyone who wanted to save the image found that its default file name was 'bitch'.
Moreover, users can now change the default file format to ODF.
OpenSolaris is the first OS to feature ZFS as its default file system, protecting work with instant roll-back and continual check-summing capabilities.
Novell supports the OpenDocument format as the default file format in OpenOffice.
0, has been designed to be used as a default file format for office applications with no increase in file size or loss of data integrity," said an ISO/IEC statement.
Default file locations for manual and autosaved files can be set using the Folder locations" button, and the autosave files can be deleted using the "Delete autosaved files" button.
carrick doubles as an SDK (Software Developer's Kit) that includes 4 API calls, a standardized file header, a default file extension (.
html it will replace the default file put there as a placeholder by Freeserve.
All disk imaging products support the Windows file systems -- File Allocation Table (FAT) 16, FAT 32, and NT File System (NTFS)--and some provided limited support for Linux file systems Ext2, Ext3 and Linux Swap, but today only Acronis supports ReiserFS, the default file system used by SuSE Linux.
Jim Albertelli's operations have achieved industry-leading service levels for Florida in mortgage default file processing," said NDeX President Scott Goldstein.
Default file "save as" uses System Policy Templates to allow IS to remotely set the default file "save as" to a previous version to allow users in mixed environments to work together throughout the migration period.