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how do i re-name a chart within a chartbook?

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[2014-09-17 20:06:13]
User77503 - Posts: 48
I would like to rename my charts, not the chartbook, but I cant figure out how to do so. what am i missing?
[2014-09-17 21:52:14]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 104368
Do you mean change the symbol of a chart? We do not know exactly what is meant by renaming the chart.
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[2014-09-17 22:14:13]
Sawtooth - Posts: 4006
Go to Chart >> Chart Settings >> Advanced Settings2 tab >> Title Bar Name and enter a name.
Then check 'Use Title Bar Name As Tab Label'
Date Time Of Last Edit: 2014-09-17 22:27:06
[2014-09-17 22:18:38]
User77503 - Posts: 48
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[2014-09-17 22:22:35]
User77503 - Posts: 48
@tomgilb- got it, exactly what I wanted, thanks!
[2023-03-10 04:05:38]
User509533 - Posts: 45

I do not see Advanced Settings2 tab under chart settings.
Is there any easy way to rename my chart (not chart book) not a new symbol.

Date Time Of Last Edit: 2023-03-10 04:06:04
[2023-03-10 13:04:55]
Sawtooth - Posts: 4006
That setting is now on the Display tab.

The new Chart Settings windows have a search bar; very helpful.
[2024-01-10 22:32:34]
User676363 - Posts: 65
True, it's under Display > Title Bar Name

And that's useful if the chart is detached.

If it is attached and has an MDI (multiple document interface) with title bar, then you can also click on the square menu at the upper left of the window and there you will fine "rename".

It will allow you to change the name a bit easier in most cases I think.

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