Wayne,

When using the Access ddb format just unchek the "export copy to" option in the
"tools-preferences", rename the CAM-folder after generating the data within the
database and export it by a "right mouse click-export..." to your target
directory on the disk. Sorry, I'm not aware of a more convenient way!

Emanuel

Wayne Trow wrote:

> Hi
>
> Sorry - Im wrong - I do use the MS Access Database configuration.
>
> Wayne

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