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Converting files of 1.xx format

Data format was changed in program versions 2.0 and 3.0. So, opening version 1.xx or 2.xx .gso files automatically activates the data conversion procedure.

Converting version 2.xx .gso file to version 3.0

Converting database files from version 2.xx (where x is any number) is performed automatically and doesn't require any user involvement. Just open such file in GoldenSection Notes and it will be automatically converted to the new format. As a result of conversion, the program creates a duplicate copy of the source file named as SourceFileName.gso.v2.

Converting version 1.xx .gso file to version 3.0

Data conversion is carried out automatically.
A message informing you of a successful completion will appear at the end of the conversion procedure:

A copy of a source file is automatically created prior to conversion.
For example, if the temp.gso file is to be processed, the backup copy will be named temp.gso.v1 and saved in the same folder where the source file is located.

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