copying to a disk 
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 copying to a disk
Hi,

Is there a way I would be able to transfer a layout to a disk, work on
it at home and then insert the information to current layout at work
using 5.0.

If possible please e-mail since time restraints prevent me checking
newsgroups as often as I would like and we do not have access at work.

Thank you



Wed, 11 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 copying to a disk

Save an empty clone of the file to your floppy, work on it at home, and
then use select all, copy and paste at work to copy your layout work
back to your original file. All the field names will then be guaranteed
to be correct.

PB

Quote:

> Hi,

> Is there a way I would be able to transfer a layout to a disk, work on
> it at home and then insert the information to current layout at work
> using 5.0.

> If possible please e-mail since time restraints prevent me checking
> newsgroups as often as I would like and we do not have access at work.

So we are supposed to have enough free time to answer your question, but
you don't have enough free time to come here and read the answer?


Fri, 13 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 
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