That's an OS setting. Using Windows Explorer or equivalent, right click the 
DDB file and enable the Read-only check box.

Mark Koitmaa

At 06:14 PM 12/11/2001, you wrote:
>is that a protel setting or set it from the OS ?
>
>Dennis Saputelli
>
>Mark Koitmaa wrote:
> >
> > Sounds like a reasonable request. In the meantime you might want to try
> > enabling the 'read only' file attribute for your archived DDB files. This
> > has the added benefit of faster shut down since read only DDBs are not
> > compacted.
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Mark Koitmaa
> >
> > At 05:15 PM 12/11/2001, you wrote:
> > >i wish Save All did not save all across all open DDBs, at least not
> > >without an option
> > >
> > >i wanted to save all in a current DDB, but it saved open sheets in
> > >another DDB which had not changed
> > >now they have a confusing file date as if something had been done to
> > >them since over a year ago
> > >
> > >Dennis Saputelli
> > >
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