|Build-A-Board®: for Windows; The Next Generation of Onscreen Keyboards; Version 2.20 Release 6; User's Guide|
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The File Names window is used to display the current project and target system.
The Left-hand portion of the File Names window shows the current project. If it indicates [None], then there is no current project in use. By default, a project will be saved as Untitled if no named project is used. Use File | Save As to save the current project as a different named project.
The Right-hand portion of the File Names window shows the current selected Target System. To change the current Target System, use Run-Time | Select Target System.
The distinction between ANSI 2.10 and UNICODE 2.20 is important, especially when moving between different target types for the same project, or working with older 2.10 targets. The first portion of the Target indicates what mode the Builder is in. If the actual target system is different than the Builder Mode, you may get warnings, or be unable to properly work with the project or target. You should always convert and work with the UNICODE 2.20 versions, unless you are targeting an older system that only can support the older ANSI 2.10. For older projects, and projects that target ANSI 2.10, you should not select UNICODE targets, or convert to 2.20 in the File menu, as projects targeting UNICODE 2.20 cannot be converted back to ANSI 2.10 without losing key information.
To Show or Hide the File Names window, use View | View File Names. You may also right-click on the File Names window & select Hide to remove the window from the Build-A-Board workspace.