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Transfer my invoices to another computer using the same program

I need to transfer everything i have done in this program to my new computer

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  • keeks_23 Feb 19, 2009

    yeah but how do i get the documents on there. export? in what format?

  • keeks_23 Feb 19, 2009

    the stuff isn't in any of my documents. it's all in the program. I don't know how to get everything in the program to the usb drive?

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I found it easiest to just use a USB thumb drive. It's also a good daily backup. A 4 gig thumb drive will hold thousands of document pages and the cost is not outrageous.

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

  • David Shaub Feb 19, 2009

    Open windows explorer and just drag them from where they are and drop them onto the thumb drive. Remove the thumb drive and put it into the new computer and do the opposite.

  • David Shaub Feb 19, 2009

    Are you trying to move documents that you created or changes you made to the program itself?

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