Difference between revisions of "Saving the ActiveHome Data File"

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Go into the File menu and select Save As to save a copy of your house data file elsewhere on your hard drive. We recommend saving the file in My Documents or on the Desktop so it will be easy to find. This file will have a name like MYHOUSE.X10. You should then copy this file to a CD or email it to yourself. Once you have gotten ActiveHome installed on your new computer, just copy the original house data file to your computer from where it was saved. Then open ActiveHome and select Open from the File menu to open your house data file.
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Go into the File menu and select Save As to save a copy of your house data file elsewhere on your hard drive. We recommend saving the file in My Documents or on the Desktop so it will be easy to find. This file will have a name like MYHOUSE.X10. You should then copy this file to a CD or email it to yourself. Once you have installed ActiveHome on your new computer, just copy the original house data file to your computer from where it was saved. Then open ActiveHome and select Open from the File menu to open your house data file.

Revision as of 21:00, 7 May 2008

Question

How can I copy my ActiveHome settings to a new computer?

Answer

Go into the File menu and select Save As to save a copy of your house data file elsewhere on your hard drive. We recommend saving the file in My Documents or on the Desktop so it will be easy to find. This file will have a name like MYHOUSE.X10. You should then copy this file to a CD or email it to yourself. Once you have installed ActiveHome on your new computer, just copy the original house data file to your computer from where it was saved. Then open ActiveHome and select Open from the File menu to open your house data file.