no no
see my message today "caution"
I have experienced problems with this method you describe many times
these problems are not immediately obvious

i suggest to start a new ddb and drag files in there for revision
or tuck them in a folder of the current ddb

Dennis Saputelli

"Jaurique, Brad" wrote:
> 
> Make a new folder and copy the previous Rev. ddb into it.  Then change all
> the files names to the
> 
> new rev. letter or number.  It keeps everything together with out having to
> import and export
> 
> files.  This is the safest way I know of.
> 
> Brad Jaurique
> 
> Pelco
> 
> Clovis, ca
> 

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