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help finding contacts from SK99

help finding contacts from SK99

help finding contacts from SK99

I need some help finding the contacts that where in an old installation of SK99. I have the old HD but don't know the file extension to look for. I would be great full for any help

RE: help finding contacts from SK99

    Contacts are not my strong suite, but here is how my conacts are listed the "Userdata" subdirectory in SK98 (I'm sure it would be the same in SK99):


    SK also creates temp files of contacts in the Userdata subdirectory.  Currently I also have a *.sktmpcard file.

    Hope this helps.  P.S.  I own both SK98 and Sk99.  Even though I bought and paid for SK99, I've gone back to using SK98 as I found the software much more user-friendly than SK99.

RE: help finding contacts from SK99

Hi Gyula
 Thanks for the info, I was able to find and restore the files my client needed.

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