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Importing a .AB2 file into Print Shop 3.5 - 10/1/2015 10:36:59 AM   
jdjenkins1540

 

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I recently upgraded my pc to Windows 10 and my Print Shop 22 wouldn't open. I downloaded Print Shop 3.5 and tried to open the
Previous Address Book file and it won't open. The file type ends in .AB2. Can someone advise me on how to import this into Print Shop 3.5? This .AB2 file contains a lot of
Addresses I would hate to lose.
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RE: Importing a .AB2 file into Print Shop 3.5 - 10/1/2015 1:29:44 PM   
ellengard


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Print Shop 3.5 can import contacts from the older version.

  1. Click the Sharing tab.
  2. Click The Print Shop 23.
  3. A window appears where you can browse to the location of your AB2 file.
  4. Once you have located the file, click Import.


I think AB2 files created in Print Shop v22 and v23 are the same, so there shouldn't be any problem importing your contacts into a new Print Shop 3.5 Address Book.

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