(Alex found this)
Browsing a table with F3 produces a result set.
Normally you can save the file by using “save as” under a different name.
This name is displayed as the name of the tab.
After browsing the table, you copy the statement as a second one in the produced script.
Then execute it.
You are getting three subtabs:
the first with the script, the second and third with the result sets.
If you now use “save as” and a different name, the name of the tab doesn’t change.
You see the old name.
But the save command writes the script into the file with the new name.