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An existing item can be opened from MYOB Intranet Administration in a number of ways:
Double-click the item in the Administration Item View.
Right-click the item and select Open Document.
Select the item and then Edit > Open Document.
This opens the item in the application in which it was originally created (e.g., Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel).
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If an item has been added to MYOB Intranet as read only (see Document properties) changes cannot be made or saved to the item.
The application's Save As function must be used to save the item to a new location and with a new file name. The item is then added to MYOB Intranet as a new item (see New items).
To make changes to a standard or stationery document, a new version of the document must be created.
To change a document or other items already held in MYOB Intranet, use the Version function of Document Properties. See New Version under Maintaining multiple versions of items.
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Indexing new items
Maintaining multiple versions of items
Moving or adding an item to a different category
Deleting documents and items
Reindex all documents
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