You can save a partial configuration file using the Save Configuration command. For instance, you may only save the key bindings. When you load a configuration file that contains a partial configuration, only the parts that exist in the file are loaded. The rest is unchanged. By loading and saving partial configurations, you can mix and match some of the configuration parts.
All Configuration Settings
Turn this on to load all parts of a configuration file. Turn this off to load only individual parts that are defined in the Individual Settings group below.
Turning off the All Configuration Settings check box allows you to select the part of the configuration you want to load. For example, this would allow you to load only the display settings, such as screen colors and screen size, while leaving other parts of the current configuration the same.
This grouping contains a check box for each configuration part. Check the items you want to load here. Configuration parts that consist of lists of named items, such as document types and custom commands, can either be loaded or merged.
Doc Options (Replace)
Check this to replace all the current document options with the document options in the configuration file.
Doc Options (Merge)
Check this to merge the document options in the configuration file with the existing document options. Merging means that the ones in the file being loaded replace document types with the same name, and document types that only exist in the file are added to the current list of document types already loaded. Any other existing document types are retained.
Custom Commands (Replace)
Check this to replace all the current custom commands with the custom commands in the configuration file.
Custom Commands (Merge)
Check this to merge the custom commands in the configuration file with the existing custom commands. Merging means that the ones in the file being loaded replace custom commands with the same name, and custom commands that only exist in the file are added to the current list of custom commands already loaded. Any other existing custom commands are preserved.
Displays a File Open dialog box. You can select the configuration file you want to load with this dialog box.