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Comment by Glen Warner on July 26, 2011 at 11:11
Me too ...! But it depends on the job I was doing!
Comment by Denise C. on July 26, 2011 at 9:21
Thanks, Glen, you smartie!  I was on vacation.  I'm back but I haven't worked in so long that I'm not sure I will do it again.  But I will back up the commands just in case.  I miss working. 
Comment by Glen Warner on June 27, 2011 at 18:35

Hi, Denise.

If you just double-click the Command Editor directly from Windows, it brings up a window pointing to the digitalCAT folder ... and specifically to the Realtime Commands file ... so you'd want to back that one up as well.

Comment by Denise C. on June 27, 2011 at 12:17
I need help backing up all of my files on DC.  The manual really doesn't tell you much.  Glen, can I save those commands you told me about under the translator tab?  Thanks.  Any other help would be much appreciated.  What else do I make sure I back up?  I'm not very good with computers.  Don't do Facebook, never been on tweeter or twitter.  
Comment by Glen Warner on June 24, 2011 at 16:22

You're welcome, Denise!

I had to show one of my classmates how to set DC up to properly do numbers, so I wrote this article sometime back.  That's how I got to be so familiar with the Commands application!

Comment by Denise C. on June 24, 2011 at 8:31
Thanks, Glen.  You're such a whiz! 
Comment by Glen Warner on June 23, 2011 at 20:04

Hi, Denise.

Click the Translator menu and select Commands.  This will open the Command window.  Scroll down until you see the command you're looking for, then double-click it.  If your Commands file is intact, it should tell you what the stroke was.

Comment by Denise C. on June 23, 2011 at 8:08
Where do I look to see where I defined a certain stroke to take me in and out of editing while I'm at a job.  Does that make sense?  I haven't worked in awhile and I'm trying to get reacquainted with my software.  Thanks
Comment by Greg Adelson on June 8, 2011 at 12:51
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Comment by Glen Warner on December 20, 2009 at 19:16
Yvette --

You're welcome.

Stenovations used to give out a copy of the Phoenix Theory a few years back, but there were some issues with it (it had been extensively modified by whoever owned the dictionary). After Carol Jochim, the author of the Phoenix Theory found out about it, they no longer offered that dictionary ... so the best way to get it is to buy it. Should cost about $25.

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