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January 23, 1998 12:00AM
Glenn,
If this is a backup that you made yourself, you can restore it by clicking on the Restore button in the Project selection box.

If this is a backup that Farm Works made automatically when you first loaded the project into the updated version, then this is a sign that you were still running a version older than 4.2. The first time that you convert a project older than 4.0 to a new version, the program will automatically make a backup of the project (this is because there were major changes in the data files in version 4.0). If you go into Windows Explorer (with Windows 95) or File Manager (Windows 3.1), this backup is in a directory that has the project name followed by a ".32", the .32 is representative of the fact that the project had been converted from version 3.2 to a version 4.0 or later. In this case, all of the farming actions done prior to this backup will not be reflected in the Crop Summary report.

One question for you also...do you possibly have more than one project that you have entered information into? Different projects show up in the Project Selection box that appears when you first go into Farm Trac. If so, check the other projects and see if maybe the old information is in a different project.

Let me know what you find out!
R. Scott Nusbaum
Farm Works Software
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