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From: "Joan Lince" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] V. 5: side-by-side people?
Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2002 17:31:22 -0400
But if you work in (that is, edit) both copies, then when your session
is over and you close them both, don't you lose the edits in one of them?
The way I've always understood it, the one you save last will write over
the other one, so all the edits in the first one saved will be gone. Am I
I think it's risky, at least for me, to have two unlocked copies of the
same file open at once, because sometimes I might forget which one I want to
> Basically I just more or less keep track of which copy is displayed in the
> Windows Task Bar. The project name is shown in the Task Bar also. But if
> you happen to have the same project and data set open in both copies of
> TMG, it doesn't make any difference as you can work in either copy or even
> both copies at the same time.
> Hope this helps -
> Lee Hoffman/KY
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