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Moving HORTICOPIA® Professional Version V (5.1 and earlier builds) Article not rated yet
 Assumptions The new computer is running under Windows 7, 8, or 10 Your HORTICOPIA® P
Moving HORTICOPIA Professional Version V Refresh to a new computer Article not rated yet
Assumptions The new computer is running under Windows 7, 8, or 10 Your HORTICOPIA® Professional is a standalone (not a network server) version
How do I back up my authored plants, user pictures, Garden Studio data, MyLists, user notes, and print layouts? Article rated 3.5/5.0
All of the above data, except MyLists and print layouts, are stored in the Horticopia Data folder. If you wish to back it up, start the HORTICOPIA® Control Panel by selecting Launch Control Pane...
How do I install on a new computer and transfer my authored plants, user pictures or Garden Studio data? Article rated 3.8/5.0
This FAQ topic is intended for those users that have Version V and wish to terminate their license on one computer and authorize on another. All of the above data is contained in the Horticopia Data ...
Updating to use the SQL Server LOCALDB Article rated 5.0/5.0
Assumptions The computer is running under Windows 7, 8, or 10
Where is the Horticopia Data folder located? Article rated 3.0/5.0
The Horticopia Data is where all your personal information is kept. This includes any authoring changes you have made and Garden Studio data. If you need to work with this folder, use the Setup tab of...
Where are my plant lists and print layouts stored? Article rated 3.3/5.0
Plant lists (MyLists) and print layouts are stored as Windows files. The plant lists have a default extension of ".hfr" and the print layouts have a default extension of of ".hfl" The default locatio...