Subject: Re: Digital Image Library
I am red-faced. I had always been good at following directions, but I was
wrong on this one. You are right. I was in the wrong folder. When I saw
"User Name" and then "Application Data" I went straight for it, without first
going into "Local Settings". When I went to the right folder, the file was
were it is supposed to be. Thank you both for your help.
> "Norman" wrote:
> > I found the POD folder (exactly where you said it would be), however, in the
> > folder all I could find was "picture.pod" with a file size of 0 kb.
> > "John Inzer" wrote:
> > > Norman wrote:
> > > > Is it possible to back up the Digital Image Library?
> > > > Where is the information that keeps track of the labels
> > > > for each picture kept? Is it part of the photo file
> > > > itself or does Digital Image keep a record someplace
> > > > else? Can this record be backed up and restored? In
> > > > other words, I know how to back up my actual photo files.
> > > > But after I spend HOURS assigning labels to each photo,
> > > > how do I back up all that work?
> > > =================================
> > > As I suggest quite frequently, if you
> > > catalog lots of images...it would be a
> > > good idea to make regular backup
> > > copies of your 2006 Library database.
> > >
> > > In the 2006 program...you'll find it at:
> > > C:Documents and Settings
> > > Local SettingsApplication DataMicrosoft
> > > PODPictures.pd3
> > >
> Are your sure you looked in the right folder? You must look in 'Local
> Settings' ! There two folders 'application data' in each user's Documents And
> Settings. One immediately under 'D a S' and one under 'D a SLocal Settings'.
> And each of them contains a POD folder in the 'Microsoft' directory. Please
> look again. I made this mistake the first time also...
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