My apologies if this question has been asked before:
I have just begun working in an office that uses Now Contact and I am totally unfamiliar with the program.
There are at least 50 different saved versions of the program on the computer I use because it seems to have cloned itself each time it was saved. Any tips on how one can save a version of the program without creating a duplicate file?
When a contact file is created and saved, it automatically creates a backup folder(filename.nct.bu), and begins to save backup copies. Check in Now Contact under Now Contact > Preferences > General to see how often it is set to save and how many backups. If a new local file is created and used, it too will create a backup folder and start saving backups.
Don Norcross Technical Support - Now Software Inc
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