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            Restoring From A Backup

            In the instance that you need to restore from a backup, it's a quick and easy process to do so.  Any backups created by InBloom are in the Backup Data folder, inside your InBloom folder.InBloom Pro 3 Mac

            You can restore InBloom Data in two different ways, by swapping out the primary data file and reverting to a previous snapshot or by importing all of your old data into a new and fresh copy of InBloom.  This article will focus on swapping a data file. This is the quickest way to restore your InBloom data and can be done in under a minute. It’s important to note that if by doing this, you are reverting your copy of InBloom to the last saved backup and that any changes you made since that backup will not be present in the restore. To begin:
            1. Make sure to close out of InBloom
            2. Go to your InBloom folder on your computer
            3. Go to the Modules folder inside the InBloom folder
            4. Find the file named InBloom Data and rename it to InBloom Data OLD (include the same extension in the file name e.g. rename InBloom Data.IBL to InBloom Data OLD.IBL)

              BEFORE:

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              AFTER:

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            5. Go to the Backup Data folder inside your InBloom folder, and find the backup you would like to restore.  This is typically the most recent file with a date in the name e.g. 1-2-2013 InBloom Data.fmp12

              If you are instead restoring from a backup from a secondary location such as DropBox, locate the file InBloom Data BACKUP.fmp12 file in your DropBox folder and proceed with the steps below 
            6. Drag the file you selected above, in to the Modules folder Screen Shot 2013-06-14 at 10.20.32 AM
            7. Rename the file you just dragged to InBloom Data.fmp12 Screen Shot 2013-06-14 at 10.23.13 AM
            8. Reopen InBloom as you would normally
            9. You’re all done!

            Updated: 22 Mar 2018 01:05 AM
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