[gnome-terminal/mallard-help: 45/160] Help: Added content to pref-profiles.page

commit 222bb205d4be9f849c38d3b3bcfd3b7246397852
Author: Sindhu S <sindhus live in>
Date:   Fri Jan 25 01:06:01 2013 +0530

    Help: Added content to pref-profiles.page
    Added vertabim text to pref-profiles.page on how to create, edit
    and delete Terminal profiles.

 help/C/pref-profiles.page |   11 ++++++++++-
 1 files changed, 10 insertions(+), 1 deletions(-)
diff --git a/help/C/pref-profiles.page b/help/C/pref-profiles.page
index f8d9849..7c3daff 100644
--- a/help/C/pref-profiles.page
+++ b/help/C/pref-profiles.page
@@ -16,7 +16,16 @@
   <title>Manage Profiles</title>
+  <p> Profile is a collection of Terminal settings. Any changes you make to Terminal settings will be stored 
in "Default Profile" unless specified a separate profile. Terminal always opens with the profile "Default 
Setting" unless it has been told to do otherwise.</p>
-  <p></p>
+  <p>Create New Profile: Menu: File > New Profile. Or use keyboard sequence of Alt + F, then press P. In the 
Profile Name textbox type a name for your new profile and select base settings from available profiles. This 
means your new profile will be populated /filled with settings from existing profile up on which you can make 
changes. Changes will be stored in your new profile and will not affect settings of existing profiles.</p>
+  <p>Edit profiles : by going to Edit >> Profile Preferences option or Edit >> Profiles , select profile you 
want to edit and click Edit button, which will open the Profile Preferences window for profile you had 
selected to edit.</p>
+  <p>Delete profile: by going to Edit >> Profiles option. Select profile you want to delete and hit Delete 
button. Exit this window using close or X mark button</p>
+  <p>Set default profile: by going to Edit >> Profiles and selecting Profile in the dropdown menu of 
"Profile used when launching a new terminal"</p>
+  <p>Change profile in currently using terminal: Go to Menu:Terminal > Change Profile, select profile you'd 
like. This will change your existing Terminal window to use the profile you have selected.</p>

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