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Re: Need to do RESTORE on Generations 4.2
Posted by: Carol Ryder (ID *****2498) Date: October 31, 2005 at 12:17:11
In Reply to: Need to do RESTORE on Generations 4.2 by Charles Wimer of 2216

Restoring Files

The Restore command is the opposite of the Backup command. It lets you recreate the entire contents of a family file directory from a single backup file.

To use the Restore command, open EasyTree, close the current family file(if one is open), and choose File Restore. Then choose a backup file in the Restore File window. Backup files have an .RBI extension. Next, you'll be asked to name the restored file in the New Family File window.

I stared with this program and love the format. I also use FTM but this old generations program can not be beat.

Hope this helps-Carol


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