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FAQ (Technical: SA2000) 
System Requirement

A. I am upgrading to Windows Me. Will SA work?
Q. Yes, we tested, and SA worked fine on Windows Me English version. If you are using one of the non-English versions, please test it before you do a serious work with SA.

About Reference Generation

Q. The bibliography and the footnotes are written in the same way. For example:
Bibliography: Gregor James, Fascism
Footnote: Gregor James, Fascism
It should be J. Gregor, Fascism. Why is that?
A. The author field should be entered in this format: 
1stauthorLastname, 1stauthorFirstname; 2ndauthorLastname, 2ndauthorFirstname; ...

About Keeping Data

Q. After my system crash, I opened SA and found some of the Notes data were disappeared. How can I recover them?
A. SA offers three methods of restoring data. 1. Restoring data from backed up file (Tools|Restore data) - It requires a backed up file that you made prior to the accident using "Tools|Backup data." It restores all data files in your data folder. 2. Recovering the problematic Notes file (Tools|File recover) - SA searches all disappeared Notes records in the open file and makes a new file (e.g., filename_RC). 3. Using a backup note file - In the notes file data folder(default: Notefile in the Scholar's Aid folder), you will see files with "N3B" extension. The file is made when you save the open file. Copy the file to a N3 file(e.g., filename.N3) and open it.

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Last modified: Sunday, May 17, 2009.