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-====== How to manage your associations ====== 
  
-DropIt needs to know how to process files and folders, to automate it. 
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-So it allows you to create an unlimited number of associations between Rules to filter files/​folders and the Action to process them. 
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-In addition, if you have lots of associations,​ DropIt allows you also to organize them in separated profiles. 
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-===== Manage Associations ===== 
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-Select "​Associations"​ from the DropIt context menu to manage them. 
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-You can click the "​+"​ button to create an association or double-click an existing association to edit it. You can also right-click an association to "​Edit"​ it, to "​Duplicate"​ it, to "Copy to..." another profile or to "​Delete"​ it. 
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-You can create an unlimited number of associations and they are saved in the currently used profile. You can easily switch between profiles using the combo box at the bottom. 
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-For each association you have to define: __a unique Name__ to recognize it, some Rules to filter files and folders, the Action to process them and the related Destination. 
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-===== Manage Profiles ===== 
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-Select "​Profiles"​ >> "​Customize"​ from the DropIt context menu to manage your profiles. 
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-You can click the "​+"​ button to create a profile or double-click an existing profile to edit it. You can also right-click a profile to "​Edit"​ its aspect, to "​Duplicate"​ it, to "​Export"​ it or to "​Delete"​ it. 
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-You can click "​Images"​ button to open the following webpage where download more target images: 
-http://​www.dropitproject.com/​targets.php 
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-Finally, from right-click menu you can configure custom profile "​Options"​ to personalize the use from the global defined settings. 
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-If instead you right-click the table, you can create one of the available profile "​Examples"​ (Archiver, Eraser, Extractor) or "​Import"​ profiles from exported INI, CSV, XLS, XLSX files (Microsoft Office have to be installed to import a profile from XLS or XLSX files). 
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