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From: "Jim Byram" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] abbrevstate.dbf error and more...
Date: Sun, 4 May 2008 16:42:30 -0400
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When you start using non-standard paths, it makes things more difficult to
1) What is your program folder path?
2) What is your shared program data folder path? Does the folder contain all
of the appropriate files?
3) What is your user program data folder? Does the folder contain all of the
4) What is your user data folder? Does it contain the appropriate
subfolders? Is this where your project is located?
You can determine what the appropriate files are in any data folder by
reading the Data File Structure topic in help.