How to use options settings configuration
This feature allows you to save all compilation options settings between work sessions as options settings configurations.
All configurations for the current workbook are saved in a file with name of the workbook file including extension plus the additional extension “.xcfg”.
The .xcfg file is saved into the same folder as where the workbook file is located.
For example, for the “Sample.xls” workbook the configuration file name will be “Sample.xls.xcfg” and for the “Sample.xlsx” workbook the configuration file name will be “Sample.xlsx.xcfg”. Even if two workbooks differ by file extension only, the configuration files for them will be different.
When the “Use options settings configuration” option is selected the first time, all of the current options settings that are present on the compilation form are copied into the configuration with the predefined name. The new configurations may be created and saved with the custom names, but the configuration name cannot be modified.
The most appropriate way to use <Initial settings> is to copy initial options settings into new configurations.
To create a new configuration you need to select the <New…> item from the combo box of available configurations.
After that you will see the following form:
Enter the name of your new configuration and select a configuration from which you want to copy settings. By default the two options are available : <Empty> , which cleans up all fields, and <Initial settings>.
To edit the configurations you have created, select <Edit…> item from configurations combo box.
The Edit configuration form appears:
Here you may edit configurations names or remove unnecessary configurations. If you delete the configuration which is selected as current, then, after returning into compilation form, the <Initial settings> configuration will be used as current one.