Re: Transporting ForeHelp files

Subject: Re: Transporting ForeHelp files
From: David Demyan <dbdemyan -at- WORLDNET -dot- ATT -dot- NET>
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 1999 10:42:45 -0500

Juley Torkomian wrote:

> Hi Folks,
>
> Sorry if this question is too baseline. I'm new to working with ForeHelp and
> I've installed it at home as well as my office. I have over 200 topics so far
> and I'd like to take the files back and forth with me so I can work at home.
> Which files should I copy? Are there any tips you can give me to help make this
> work well?

One of the features of ForeHelp I really like is the backup utility.Just save your
project, then create a backup. Save the backup file
to disk and transport to the other system. When you double-click
it, it opens ForeHelp and expands the project, with all associated
database files, graphics, etc.

Good luck,
Dave.

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David B. Demyan dbd -at- mendem -dot- com
Mendem Concord, Inc. http://www.mendem.com
Warren, New Jersey 888-753-8500


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