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Great question and there are two way export date. Please follow step by step instruction.
In the Balance sheet screen click E : Export or press Alt+E.
Select the required language from the list of Languages displayed.
Select a format from the list of Formats displayed.
By default, the exported file will be stored in C:\Program Files\Tally.ERP 9 for Windows 7 and C:\Tally.ERP 9 for Windows XP operating systems
Press Enter to accept the default Output Filename or type the filename of your choice in order to save the file with a different name.
Press Enter to accept the default Output Sheet Name.
To update the existing file select Yes in Update Existing File.
To format the contents of the file select Yes in Excel (Spreadsheet) formatting.
Select Yes for the Field withColour, to retain the background colour in the exported file.
selecting the ASCII (Comma Delimited) format, the user can export all the reports or data from Tally.ERP 9. The data exported is converted to plain text separated with commas and stored in a file with the extension .txt. This file format is widely used for emailing and used for importing data into another company using Tally.ERP 9
This Error with migration of data occurs when the connectivity is not proper with the Tally ERP ODBC. It includes the IP:Port.
The Default port for Tally ERP is 9090.
To change the port go to the installed tally ERP 9 folder. Click on Tally file type Configuration Settings, open it with a text Editor i.e. Notepad. Somewhere at the bottom will be ServerPort. Change the ServerPort to 9090. The migration will work. I have tested. Works fine with me.
To change the Effective date, press F2 in the Receipt Voucher entry screen. This will bring a small window that prompts you to enter the DATE and EFFECTIVE date.
If you wish to disable the EFFECTIVE DATE field, then use option "Gateway of Tally -> Accounts Info -> Voucher Types -> Receipt -> Alter" and then set the fields "Use Effective date in Voucher entries to " NO.
You can make a system restore point while installing Tally. But before restoring the same point you should remember that you data can be lost in this process so take an external backup of your data on CD etc.
You can go in back dates by changing system date and see if Tally is working or not (Some times it works !!).
You can insure that your system name, lan cards etc. Doesn't change.
If you know that a trouble is coming ahead e.g. you may need to upgrade system or format the system then best solutions is that you first surrender the tally before formatting.
If you are in deep trouble an and cannot connect internet the surrender the tally in offline mode and keep that file in a pen drive or CD along with your data backup.
If you are in much deeper trouble and finds out in the morning that you computer doesn't start windows and last option is to format it again, then try to start windows in DOS mode and recover that data files by copying whole Tally folder in to another drive. Then you can write mail to email@example.com stating your Sr..No and contact person name to reset your licensing info. Wait for the response and then activate the Tally.