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If you rename this file, it will no longer...
The file you wish to rename is a htm or html file (a web page file) that has connected components, such as other pages and images. This warning indicates these links will be broken if you elect to rename the file.
In general, it's best to copy the entire parent folder and sub-folders as a group to retain these connected components.
Dialog may appear differently depending on XP style options and where it occurs.
If you rename this file, it will no longer belong to the folder 'item '.
To rename it safely, open the file, save it with a new name, and then delete the folder 'item '.
The Connected Files feature is used to link various files and components, so that any changes that would break these links will generate a warning. Connected Files is not a required feature, but it does help reduce inadvertent breaking of htm and html local web pages.
For example, Internet Explorer uses the Windows Connected Files feature when using the Save As, Web Page, complete (.*htm, *.html) command.
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