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@@ -50,6 +50,7 @@
      Changes:
        v01-00 07Jun12: First version.
        v01-01 18Dec12: correct trivial typo.
+              15Aug13: Corrected folder names after folder structure change.
 
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 <appendix id="apx-dlgdata">
@@ -75,7 +76,7 @@
     "auto detection" for short. The aim of this appendix
     is to illustrate, through a simple example, how automatic data detection is coded.
     The example, <computeroutput>ASimpleDialog.rex</computeroutput>, can be found
-    in the <computeroutput>Samples\DlgData</computeroutput> folder. When executed, the dialog looks like this:
+    in the <computeroutput>Exercise04\Extras\DlgData</computeroutput> folder. When executed, the dialog looks like this:
   <figure id="figA0201"><title>A Simple Dialog</title>
     <mediaobject>
       <imageobject>
@@ -162,7 +163,7 @@
       to inform the user of the results. </para>
 <para>In order to illustrate the same function using <computeroutput>.ResDialog</computeroutput> the
       program <computeroutput>ASimpleDialog2.rex</computeroutput> is included in the
-      <computeroutput>samples\DlgData</computeroutput> folder together with its *.dll file. </para>
+      <computeroutput>Exercise04\Extras\DlgData</computeroutput> folder together with its *.dll file. </para>
 
 <para>Finally, when desired, there are two ways to turn auto detection off (by default it is turned on).
   <indexterm><primary>AutoDetection</primary><secondary>turning off</secondary></indexterm>