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Restoring a Catalog Backup

After you have backed up a catalog, you can restore it at any time. Before you can restore a catalog backup, you need to select the backup file with the .tly extension you want to restore from the location where you stored it. You can restore a catalog backup in the original location to replace the current one or in a new location.

Restore a Catalog Backup

  • 1.jpg In the Organizer, open the catalog you want to backup.
  • 2.jpg Click the File menu, and then click Restore Catalog from CD, DVD or Hard Drive.
  • 3.jpg Select the location with the backup catalog you want to restore:
    • CD/DVD. Click the CD/DVD option, click the Select Drive list arrow, and then select a CD or DVD drive.

    • Hard drive. Click the Hard drive/Other Volume option, click Browse, navigate to the folder with the catalog backup, select the catalog backup file (with the .tly extension), and then click Open.

  • 4.jpg Select the location where you want to restore the backup catalog:
    • Original Location. Click to restore the catalog backup to the original location replacing the current catalog.

    • New Location. Click to specify a new location to restore the catalog backup. Click Browse to select a folder. Select the Restore Original Folder Structure check box.

  • 5.jpg Click Restore.
  • 6.jpg Click OK upon completion.
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