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 Overlooking Modules To Be Placed In Sets 
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Costas,

I really like the new functionality. It looks like another couple of inconsistencies might have also been fixed.

Thank you so much for your hard work.

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Thanks Kim


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I am missing something! How do I access the new feature for deleting modules in the define modules section? I realize it is not finished yet, but I am failing to see how to access it now! Thanks for any assistance!

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Hi Darrel,
It is in the main Bookview window. Right click over the module icon you would like to delete and now on that menu is added "delete".

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Thanks Jon, I knew I was overlooking it somewhere!

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Just in case anyone can't find this delete module feature.

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Thanks Jon, now I see!


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When I save a new module to a module set, it places that module set down at the bottom of the list of module sets. Is there any way to keep the module sets in alphabetical order?
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pfpeller wrote:
When I save a new module to a module set, it places that module set down at the bottom of the list of module sets. Is there any way to keep the module sets in alphabetical order?
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Help me with that Peter, not sure i understand,
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Hi Costas,
When I view the list of module sets in theWord to select a new one, the list is no longer alphabetical. I went through and set them all up alphabetical to make it easier to find, but anytime I save the module set it gets moved to the bottom of the list. See the attached image to see what I am talking about.
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Post Re: Overlooking Modules To Be Placed In Sets
I see.
I am afraid that when one adds a new set, more or less he expects it to appear at the end of his list, correct?
I mean, it's not hard to do so, but isn't this somewhat counter intuitive?
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I guess I am counter intuitive :)

I would prefer them always to be alphabetical because I have a lot of module sets and it makes them much easier to find. I can set them back up that way again, but it takes a while to do so.

I can live with it the way it is, I was just curious if there was a way to make them always be alphabetical by default. They get all out of order when I add books to my library.

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Costas,

the point Peter is making is that if you modify a set by adding a module to it, the set does not display where it was originally, but is now tagged on the end of the existing sets, so it has lost its place.
I thought there was a fix for this a long while back?

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JG wrote:
Costas,

the point Peter is making is that if you modify a set by adding a module to it, the set does not display where it was originally, but is now tagged on the end of the existing sets, so it has lost its place.
I thought there was a fix for this a long while back?

Oh, i didn't get that, sorry!
Is that what you are asking Peter?
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Yes, exactly. Thanks JG for clarifying.


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