Find File Professional

Authors & ContributorsEdit

This book has been brought to you by the efforts of the folks listed on the Authors & Contributors page

Who is this book for?Edit

Everybody who wants to learn how to use the program Find File Professional may read the book. No special computer knowledge is needed except that you have to know how to work with the mouse, the keyboard and the windows in MS Windows. After reading the book you will be able to work efficiently with the program and do your work faster and better.

Contributing to this bookEdit

If you would like to contribute to this book, you are strongly encouraged to do so! There are a couple of things you may wish to do:

Editing a pageEdit

Simply click on the "edit this page" link at the top of whichever page you would like to edit! Your contribution will be immediately made live, but will also be quickly reviewed, so using these pages to link to a pornographic site is a waste of time and energy, as offending additions will be quickly removed. This also applies to spam and flaming. You can also ask questions and make comments about each page by clicking the "discussion" link at the top of the page. Thank you

Adding a pageEdit

If you would like to add a page to the book, such as a new tutorial page or a reference manual page, create a link to it under Contents sections on this very page. Then with that link live, click it to be taken to the new page where you will be able to create content for the page. If you're putting up a tutorial and you don't know where it belongs, put it in the Misc section for now and we will tweak it and put it in the right spot. For instructions on how to name your pages appropriately, click here.

Table of ContentsEdit

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User ManualEdit

Getting startedEdit

Menu ReferenceEdit

Dialog ReferenceEdit



This part of the book is about practicing your knowledge gained in the Manual part. It can also serve as a quick start for some advanced users willing to learn about some particular features.




Last modified on 22 January 2012, at 22:49