The process of deleting a dependent detail record or the attachment information in assigned detail records.
Definition: To remove an item or functionality that you can add back to the GNOME Desktop. When you remove an item the item is not visible to the user. When you remove functionality, the functionality is not active in the GNOME Desktop. Usage: Normal text rules. Example 1: To remove an object from a panel, right-click on the object, then choose Remove From Panel. Example 2: To remove a file type or a service, select the item that you want to remove, then click Remove. Note: Do not use delete to describe the removal of an item that you can add back to the GNOME Desktop.
A page is removed with the delete key. More
Removes a file from the repository. The file must first be deleted from your workspace.
a powerful utility for uninstalling programs you no longer want on your computer
Removing a computer from LiveVault Online Backup Service involves the client removing the computer through MyLiveVault and uninstalling the LiveVault Online Backup Service Agent software. The computer's backup configuration is deleted, so no new data is backed up. Also, its backed up data and history is deleted. This means data that was previously backed up cannot be restored. See also suspend.
To delete a file or directory from the file system structure.
Usually used as "Remove from Diagram". The object that will be removed is not deleted from the model, i.e. it still exists, but is simply not present anymore on the current diagram. It might still be present on other diagrams, or not, but it is surely present in the explorer. Additionally, all objects that can not be drawn without the removed object, are removed from the diagram, too. E.g. removing a class also removes all its associations. Once removed, an object can be "added" to a diagram (again).
Remove a playitem from a playlist (without deleting the source file) or will remove a playlist from the contents panel