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How do I undo a big error?
Posted by: Dave Palmer Date: July 05, 2001 at 19:58:17
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I had a 15 generation file I had been working on for some time and had in good order. I had an opportunity to extend the generation limit to 99, (Maximum, I know it doesn't really go 99 generations) and like a fool I combined the files, ran match-merge, dup. numbers match etc, but now the file will not run temple ready, it claims there are to many errors. I need to know if there is a way to undo the damage, no, I did not save the original file, what a way to learn a lesson. I would gladly cut of the present file at the 15 generation limit if I could. Any suggestions. Thank You Very Much.
Dave Palmer


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