My computer crashed and I had to have Windows 10 re-installed. I reinstalled Calendar Creator Deluxe version 9 from the discs. I have a backup from prior to my computer crash, but the tech who did the re-install said he did not know where to look for the data file. Does anyone know where the default "save" file would be for the data file would be or any clues on how to find it? Thank you!
Are you able to search the backup by file extension? If so, search for .bcc files, the default type for Calendar Creator, at least those of recent vintage. I'm a bit surprised you could install Calendar Creator 9 on Windows 10. Once you find the .bcc files, you should be able to open them with CC9, and also with CC12.2, the latest version.
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