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Hi there,

I was wondering. Throughout my day to day computing, note files get added
to my shared folders. These are small notes, but they have computer language
in them. Some have .mb behind them. Are these files able to be thrown away?
If not, do they need to stay in the shared file or can I move them. Thanks
B.C
 
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I think you are talking about XML files, yes, throw them away.

Andre
"IslandBK" <IslandBK@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> Hi there,
>
> I was wondering. Throughout my day to day computing, note files get added
> to my shared folders. These are small notes, but they have computer
> language
> in them. Some have .mb behind them. Are these files able to be thrown
> away?
> If not, do they need to stay in the shared file or can I move them.
> Thanks
> B.C
 

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Most of the time there should be no need to discard the .mb files, you will
rarely lose important information by doing so. It will, however, take longer
to open notebooks if you have discarded the .mb file.


"IslandBK" wrote:

> Hi there,
>
> I was wondering. Throughout my day to day computing, note files get added
> to my shared folders. These are small notes, but they have computer language
> in them. Some have .mb behind them. Are these files able to be thrown away?
> If not, do they need to stay in the shared file or can I move them. Thanks
> B.C