File Menu Options (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0
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The options on the File menu enable you to work with workspaces.

The following commands are available.

CommandDescription
New PlatformUse to run the New Platform Wizard, which you use to create an OS design. For more information, see New Platform Wizard.
New Project or FileUse to run the New Project Wizard, which you can use to create a project. For more information, see New Project Wizard.
OpenUse to open a file or document.
CloseUse to close an open file or document.
Open WorkspaceUse to open a workspace.

This option is unavailable if you do not have a workspace open.

Save WorkspaceUse to save a workspace.

This option is unavailable if you do not have a workspace open.

Close WorkspaceUse to close a workspace.

This option is unavailable if you do not have a workspace open.

SaveUse to save an open file in the current workspace.

This option is unavailable if you do not have a file open.

Save AsUse to create a copy of an open file under a new file name.

This option is unavailable if you do not have a file open.

Save AllUse to save all open files in the current workspace.
Page SetupUse to change the page layout settings of the current file for viewing or printing.
PrintUse to print the file.
Recent Files Use to display a list of the last files you opened.

This option is grayed out if you have not previously opened any files.

Recent WorkspacesUse to display a list of the last workspaces you opened.

This option is grayed out if you have not previously opened any files.

Manage Catalog ItemsUse to manage Catalog items in your Platform Builder installation.

You can modify the Catalog by adding or removing Catalog item (.cec) files associated with Catalog items.

License Run-Time ImageUse to add a license to the run-time image you create. For more information, see License Run-Time Image Dialog Box.
ExitUse to close Platform Builder and exit.

See Also

Menu Descriptions | Platform Builder User Interface


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