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Old 07-05-2013, 01:02 PM
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Default Re: Trouble openging a not file

Hi,

What David said You can also set the autosave to save more frequently and more copies. I have mine set at 2 minutes and 12 copies

Also, if you could please send me a copy of the file that won't open, either posted here or sending it to support@notation.com I would appreciate it. If you can remember what editing you were doing just prior to the last time you saved the file, that may be helpful, but please don't feel pressed about it.

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