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==Creating a New Database File==
 
==Creating a New Database File==
  
# Run Kexi, or if it is already running, use <menuchoice>File->New... (Ctrl+N)</menuchoice>.  
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[[Image:NewProject.png|1000px|center]]
# Choose '''Blank Database''' and click the <keycap>OK</keycap> to confirm the creation of the project.  
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# Run Kexi, or if it is already running, use <menuchoice>Kexi->New... (Ctrl+N)</menuchoice>.  
# Select '''New Project Stored in File''' and proceed with <keycap>Next</keycap>.  
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# On the '''New Project''' page, under '''Blank Projects''' section, choose '''Blank Database'''.
# Enter a name for your project, and click <keycap>Next</keycap>.  
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[[Image:ProjectStorage.png|1000px|center]]
# Use the file browser to choose a folder where you would like to save your database file. You may change the file name in the '''Location:''' box if you dislike the one that is suggested.
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# On the '''Storage Method''' page, click <keycap>File</keycap>.
# Click <keycap>Create</keycap>.
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[[Image:ProjectFilename.png|1000px|center]]
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# On the '''Project Title & Filename''', define a title and the filename for the project.
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# Click <keycap>Next</keycap> to create the project.
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{{Info|
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* When you change the project title, the proposed filename automatically changes accordingly.
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* You can use the file browser to choose a folder where you would like to save your database file.}}

Revision as of 21:46, 12 September 2011

Creating a New Database File

NewProject.png
  1. Run Kexi, or if it is already running, use Kexi->New... (Ctrl+N).
  2. On the New Project page, under Blank Projects section, choose Blank Database.
ProjectStorage.png
  1. On the Storage Method page, click File.
ProjectFilename.png
  1. On the Project Title & Filename, define a title and the filename for the project.
  2. Click Next to create the project.
Dialog-information.png
Information
* When you change the project title, the proposed filename automatically changes accordingly.
  • You can use the file browser to choose a folder where you would like to save your database file.

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