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    Does anyone know where Alpha stores the results (i.e. lists) of the doc viewer? I want to copy it from v11 to v12.

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    Default Re: Documentation Viewer

    Here is where mine resides:
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    Excellent. Thanks Steve.

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    BTW, I really didn't know where it was. I created an Help Results entry called "find_me" and then searched my drive for that text.
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    I wasn't that patient. I added an entry and then searched on the current date in the A5v11 program directory & sub-folders. Didn't occur to me to look elsewhere. So now we have a new "secret" A5 hiding place.

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    I use a product named "Actual Search and Replace". Looks everywhere for whatever.
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    Default Re: Documentation Viewer

    Yeah, I use PowerDesk - see image...

    It's just that if I search the entire C: drive or portions of it. it takes a really long time. That's what I meant when I said I didn't have the patience (+ false assumption).

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    Great program, btw.

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