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From: Jack Ray <>
Subject: Re: [BK] a Couple of Questions
Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005 14:25:53 -0500
References: <01C60998.B72A00A0.barry@pycroft.co.nz> <010701c60981$e9083c20$42898843@y9w6c2>
In-Reply-To: <010701c60981$e9083c20$42898843@y9w6c2>


Phil
You can do it, but first re-name your current a_bk to something else,
then rename pop to a_bk, then using File - Open Database ( or Ctrl-O )
set BK's pointers to the new a_b. Internal file structure will not be
affected.
Jack in Cincinnati, Ohio

On 12/25/05, <> wrote:
> Hello Barry , Do you use BK , do you do back up to the BK backup , Do you
> use WINDOWS OS ??????? If so , please look at YOUR bkbackup folder in
> Windows , What do you see ??????? , Possibly the same thing I do , And ,
> Where did I say i wanted to delete anything ? , I JUST wish to now make the
> file known as Pop as #1 to be A_bk
> The [plan ] is open ' pop as #1' and RENAME it to ' a_bk ' , My
> question was , Will this Screw Up any thing in the Internal File Stucture of
> BK ? , Phil
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Barry PYCROFT" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Sunday, December 25, 2005 12:18 AM
> Subject: RE: [BK] a Couple of Questions
>
>
> > Phil
> > You do need to be somewhat more specific about what you are telling us.
> >
> > (1).- What is the complete path of the file {really a folder} in which
> the red handled saws
> > appear? They will have proper file names. What are their dates?
> > Saws usually depict a PC maintenance tool box or similar.
> > I cannot help with this ...
> >
> >
> > (2).- You already have two folders, ' a_bk ' and 'pop as #1'.
> > Decide which to keep, and which to ""throw away"' = delete.
> > You have to delete one or rename it yet again since you cannot have two
> folders (or files) by the
> > same name.
> >
> > Obviously you will have to delete or rename ' a_bk ' number one so you
> can rename 'pop as #1'
> > as ' a_bk ' .
> >
> > Renaming folders is not a problem for BK5 or BK6. Its the collection of
> files inside the folders
> > that BK needs to be correct. You will need to tell BK to use the newly
> renamed folder.
> > = = = = =
> >
> >
> > OOps, Phil, I might have missed your point ......
> > If BK is currently using 'pop as #1'., all you have to do is tell BK to
> use ' a_bk ' , just like
> > you did the first time you changed.
> > If you don't want 'pop as #1'., then delete it after you have changed BK
> to use your original '
> > a_bk ' database.
> >
> >
> > Does this help?
> > Barry P.
> > Christchurch
> > New Zealand.
> > +++
> > On Sunday, December 25, 2005 2:13 PM,
> [SMTP:] wrote:
> > > Hello John an list , on my pc is the file bkbackup , in which are many
> > > files with a icon of a red handled saw , did John make this part of the
> > > system ?? or what ?
> > > second question , I have two bk folders that I believe are almost
> the
> > > same , named
> > > ' a_bk ' and ' pop as #1' , I would like to change the pop as #1 to
> a_bk ,
> > > by simply renaming it , Will this work without messing up something in
> BK
> > > its self
> > > I few months ago I did a " split datebase " to make my father # 1
> rather
> > > than me
> > > I need to go back to having the database known as " a_bk " , got help
> ? ,
> > > Phil
> > >
> > >
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