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Okay, let’s see if I can explain this so that it makes sense.
I have a Nero program for making labels for CDs. Pretty dandy program, plenty of flexibility for text, pictures, etc. I did a few CDs – front and back covers, inlays etc. – and then downloaded an upgrade from Nero’s website. The old files were opened in the upgraded program, modified and saved. No problem.
Well, I’ve decided I don’t like the upgraded version, because for some reason it’s really, really slow opening and saving files. However, when I uninstalled the new version and re-loaded the original version from a disc, now the files won’t open. I had to download Nero’s upgrade from the web once again to get them to open.
So – what I’d like to do is get both versions operating, so that I can copy the content from the new-version files into brand new files created in the old version. Does that make sense?
Is there any way to pull this off? I thought about re-loading the old program, but saving it to a folder other than the default. Or saving it to my outboard USB drive. Would this let me open or at least use both versions independently? If not - any other suggestions?