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How to clean mysql database in avery 3.0

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I wish to clean the mysql data and remove all user records. I can do this by just reinstalling, but I do not really wish to do this as it has taken along tie to configure the avery 3.0 platinum and get it working the way I wish.

Does anyone know how to do this as I have been searching on google but having trouble finding info?

Even if someone has a link in the right direction would be great

Ben

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Use phpMyAdmin. It has an empty button that'll clean everything out for you, or you can create a copy of the database without exporting any of the data.

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I have installed Avery for my Word 2007. I am trying to do labels from an existing excel spreadsheet, also 2007, and when I get to the point to select from existing file it says there was an errora and...


Jill (guerinje),

I might have a solution for you.

I recently ran into this issue as well. When using the Avery Wizard (Avery Wizard 4.01 - US 20111209.exe), I was able to select the Avery Product template, the customization Design, and could select the 'Merge data from an existing data file' option, but when I clicked 'Next' to continue, I got an aborted list of recently used data files and then an error pop-up stating that the Avery Wizard encountered an error and needed to close. There was also the option of notifying Microsoft of the error.

Here is the solution that worked for me - TAKE CARE - This solution makes changes to the computer's Registry: WARNING: Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall Windows.

These instruction are for Windows XP. Other operating systems will most likely require adjustments to the steps below.

Step 1: Open the Registry Editor: Click the Start Button -- Select 'Run...' -- Type regedit -- Click 'OK'

Step 2: Select the Registry Entry: In the Left-Hand pane of the Registry Editor, double click on 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER', then on 'SOFTWARE', then 'Avery', then 'Avery Assistant', then '4.0', then single click on 'Recent Data Files'.

Step 3: Backup the Registry Entry: On the 'File' menu, select 'Export...' -- Select your Desktop for the 'Save in:' field -- Enter a name for the backup of this registry entry: I used 'Avery Recent Data Files' -- Make sure the 'Save as type:' is Registration Files (*.reg) -- click the 'Save' button.

Step 4: Delete the Registry Entry: In the Right-Hand pane of the Registry Editor, ignore the entry for '(Default)', select the entry for File1, hold down the 'Shift' key on your keyboard and then select the last file value (for me it was File9 - File10 was actually listed between File1 and File2) -- When all the File entries are selected, right click on them and select 'Delete'.

Step 5: Exit the Registry Editor: Either Select the File menu's Exit option or click the red 'X' button in the upper right corner of the Registry Editor Window.

Step 6: Restart the computer

Step 7: Login again

Step 8: Test the Avery Wizard in Word to verify it works. If it does not work: You should restore the registry values you deleted by double clicking on the 'Avery Recent Data Files.reg' backup that you saved to the desktop in Step 3.

Step 9: If the Avery Wizard works again: You can delete the 'Avery Recent Data Files.reg' backup that you saved to the desktop in Step 3.

And that's it. This process worked on the two computers that were having this issue at my office. Hopefully it will work for you as well.

Good Luck,
fnis

Apr 14, 2011 | Avery Wizard for PC

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Windows Refresh or New Installation?

There are several ways to install Windows over your existing installation. You can choose to refresh (or repair) existing OS, which is generally a non-destructive process and should NOT affect your files in any way. This method only works if you are refreshing or repairing exactly the same version of Windows as you have now. By "exactly" the same, I mean if you have a 32-bit Windows 7, you can't refresh it with a 64-bit version of the same Windows 7. It must be the same.
Sometimes you can upgrade your Windows installation to a new OS. With at least Windows 7, Windows 8 and 8.1 being around in 32-bit and 64-bit versions and numerous editions (Home, Professional, Ultimate, Bing and whatnot), there is a number of complicated rules affecting whether or not your existing system is upgradeable. For example, you cannot upgrade your 32-bit OS to a 64-bit version. If you install a 64-bit OS over 32-bit Windows, it will either boot side by side with your old 32-bit version, or perform a fresh install, potentially wiping your data.
While Microsoft will warn users multiple times before actually deleting partitions or reformatting existing volumes, apparently these warnings are often ignored just the way we ignore those multi-page End User License Agreements. This means data loss.

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If you found yourself in a situation where you have a shiny fresh Windows but none of the documents, pictures and other files you had on that disk, you will need to be very careful not to make the situation worse.
First and most importantly, shut down your PC and take the disk out. You don't want running Windows on that same disk you are about to recover. You will need another computer to connect the disk to as a slave. Don't have another computer? Want to try recovering your files from within your new Windows install? Then most probably you either didn't have anything really important and worth recovering, or just don't care about your data at all. If you do, you will take your disk out and you will connect it to a PC running its own copy of Windows. (Or you can boot from a USB flash drive, of course, which is effectively the same. Just make sure you have a data recovery tool stored on that same USB flash drive).

Choosing a Data Recovery Tool

If you are about to recover files missing after reinstalling the operating system, a simple undelete tool won't cut it. The thing is, most undelete utilities will look up records in the file system, searching for traces of files and folders that are marked as deleted. However, after you reinstall Windows (especially if it was accompanied with repartitioning and/or reformatting the disk), the original file system is pretty much gone. There is nothing for traditional undelete tools to look up.
What you need is a universal tool used by data recovery specialists, such as Hetman Partition Recovery. This tool can analyze your physical hard drive in an attempt to discover the original partitions and file systems that were used by the old copy of Windows. If such partitions are discovered, they are then added to the list of volumes available for recovery.
But what if no trace of old partitions or file systems can be discovered? Even if this is the case, you can still recover many types of information such as documents (*.doc/*.docx, *.xls/*.xlsx, and several dozen other formats), pictures, videos, emails, calendars, databases, compressed archives and a lot of other information.

Special Case: SSD Drives

All information above only applies to traditional magnetic hard drives. If you installed a new copy of Windows 7, Windows 8, 8.1 or Windows 10, the OS will "trim" your SSD drive, effectively erasing all traces of information that used to exist on that drive before the new OS. Not sure if your data is still recoverable? You don't have to pay for your data recovery tool right away. Instead, download the free evaluation version, let it scan your hard drive or SSD drive and see if your files can be recovered.

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Avery Design PRO "has to close" work lost


Some programs will recover documents others don'T...the best you could do is recover it using a File recovery Progams. Goodluck

Feb 27, 2009 | Avery DesignPro Deluxe CD-ROM...

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No Avery Wizard Icon


In your Word if Avery add-on is installed correctly you should see Avery option in your View/Toolbars. and you have to activate it to see on your toolbar
If missed you have to reinstall the add-on: be sure to use the version for your specific MSOffice version.

Jan 04, 2009 | Avery Wizard for PC

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Import Database - No tables


Your table may be open in another application. Try closing the database or file, and then try to the import process again.

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Avery DesignPro Error while initialising


Reinstalling and restarting won't solve the problem. For some reason Avery design pro limited attaches it self to windows user account. You can create another windows user account and run the program and it will work. When you start the program in the new windows user account it will ask you for your name "Author Name".


Mar 14, 2008 | Avery DesignPro Deluxe CD-ROM...

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MAILMERGE USING "WORD" & AVERY LABELS


If you have Microsoft Word, you can open a template of the label you're using (which is free from Avery if it isn't already in Word) and make that document into a mail merge document.

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