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Re: [NTB] Can NTStd & NTP coexist on the same drive?

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  • Jody
    Hi Joe, ... Yes, and even the same directory if you wish. However, if you do that, you should rename Remove.exe to something like Pro- Remove.exe if you
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 24, 2002
      Hi Joe,

      >Can NTStd & NTPro coexist on the same drive?
      >
      >NTS 4.9 looks great!

      Yes, and even the same directory if you wish. However, if you do
      that, you should rename Remove.exe to something like Pro-
      Remove.exe if you install Pro first - visa versa if Std is
      installed first. That is to ensure that all your windows
      settings made by you via NoteTab will get restored properly. If
      you want to install to a different folder, same drive or
      different drive, just go for it.

      If you install Pro first, you can close NoteTab Standard/Light
      after installing and copy your NotePro.ini file to the Std/Light
      location and let it overwrite. You really only might want to so
      that if you already have your settings done in Pro, else there is
      no reason to. Eric recommended a long time ago it seems not to
      use Std/Light's INI file in Pro due to the fonts settings.

      You can save a tiny bit of drive space, but more for redundancy
      of your own work by going into say Std View | Options | Advanced
      and enter/browse to the Support Files Location and put the path
      in to your NoteTab Pro folder. NoteTab Std will then use the
      Libraries and other support files of Pro. You only have to mess
      with one program then.

      Happy NoteTab'n,
      Jody Adair

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