How to change source paths for multiple files
|Article:HOWTO7457|||||Created: 2007-06-05|||||Updated: 2007-06-05|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO7457|
How do I change multiple file source paths?
- Select Tools menu > Convert Source Paths. The Convert Source Paths dialog appears with a list of all the directories that are referenced in the installation.
- Select a directory from the list. To change multiple directories, select a high-level directory so that you can change all of its subdirectories.
- Click Change Selected Path. The Change Selected Path dialog appears.
- Complete the dialog. Change to
- Specify the new path.
- Change sub-directories.
- Mark this to change the subdirectories of the current directory.
- Click OK. The Change Source Directories to column displays the new path. If you marked Change Sub-Directories, all directories that start with the same name as the one you changed are renamed.
For example, if you change C:\Program Files\Application\Manual to C:\Program Files\Application\Online Manuals, all the directories that begin with C:\Program Files\Application\Manuals are changed.
- To make additional changes, repeat the preceding steps.
- To set the path type for files that you add to the installation later, make a selection from Path Type on the Convert Source Paths dialog. You can set paths to absolute, relative, or UNC-based.
- Click OK.
All parts of the installation that reference these directories are updated.
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