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Migration of cardfile files to new computer

Migration of cardfile files to new computer

Migration of cardfile files to new computer

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I have recently migrated Sidekick 99 files from my old computer to a new computer. All files transferred successfully except for my personal contacts files. The file was created years ago and has a tab at the bottom of the Contacts window titled "Barnes" on the old computer. The newly installed Sidekick 99 application on the new computer only has the "Business" tab at the bottom for my business contacts address book. I have been unable to find a way to open a new tab and import the "Barnes" file? Any  suggestions?

Thanks,

windancertoo

RE: Migration of cardfile files to new computer

You need to open each of the 'user' card files from the old file, then 'save as' in new user directory.

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