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From: "Jim Byram" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Asking again about sending project through mail
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2007 16:58:51 -0400
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Tanya,

> Oh, I see. I didn't realize that would happen. That was what I wanted to
> know. When I moved my project to a new hard drive awhile ago I made the
> mistake of giving it a variation of my name so it went from-
> C:/Documents and settings\Tanya Johnson\my pictures\ etc, etc TO the
> name variation and nothing connected. It took me ages to reconnect the
> exhibits. I thought that would happen with my brothers project too.

The project path is not an issue. the project can be restored to any folder
you wish (preferably out of the Program Files tree).

The issue is the path where the exhibits are located. Like I said, if that
is identical on both systems, nothing needs to be done.

If the exhibits path differs on the new system, then the External Exhibits
feature of Validate File Integrity can be used to update the exhibit paths
in the data tables. TMG Utility can also be used to do this.

Jim


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