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I have the master cook 7 program in my computer and was considering instaling the 9.0 version. If I would install the newer version would I loose my personal recipies in my cookbook cookbooks?

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My wife uses these programs. to ensure you dont lose your collection of recipes, open the folder where they are stored on your computer, just right click the program shortcut, then left click properties and then left click find target. make a copy of the recipes stored in there and just copy it to a backup location.

After you install master cook 7 just copy all the data back to the folder. MY wife states that she didnt loose anything when she upgraded her master cook so you should be ok, never hurts to make a backup though just in case

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