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Fib retracement property in NT7?

In NT7, once I make some changes on Fib retracements in one chart (add -100, etc), how can I make the change permanent? So I don't have to make the same change if I open a new chart.

NT 6.5 doesn't have this problem.

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In NT7, once I make some changes on Fib retracements in one chart (add -100, etc), how can I make the change permanent? So I don't have to make the same change if I open a new chart.

NT 6.5 doesn't have this problem.

thanks!

-> Add a fib retracement to your chart and select it.
-> Right-click with your mouse and select "Properties".
-> Enter fib values that you want to use as default.
-> Right-click the template button and select "Manage Templates".
-> Save template as "Default".

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-> Add a fib retracement to your chart and select it.
-> Right-click with your mouse and select "Properties".
-> Enter fib values that you want to use as default.
-> Right-click the template button and select "Manage Templates".
-> Save template as "Default".

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-> Add a fib retracement to your chart and select it.
-> Right-click with your mouse and select "Properties".
-> Enter fib values that you want to use as default.
-> Right-click the template button and select "Manage Templates".
-> Save template as "Default".



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