Q: What will happen when I
backup my project?
A: When you backup your project, all of its associated files will
be placed in a compressed file that you can store on your hard drive
or other media (e.g. CD or DVD).
Q: Will my orders and album designs be backed-up when I backup my
A: Yes. All orders and album designs will be backed-up as well.
Q: Will my high-resolution files be backed-up when I backup my project?
A: NO, your high-resolution files will not be included in the backup;
only the internal files of the program.
Q: How do I restore a backed-up project?
A: You can restore a backed-up that you created with Digital
Studio by first pressing the Restore A Backed-up
Project button. This will pop-up a window allowing you to
browse to the backup file you wish to restore. Once you have selected
the backup file to be restored, you press the Open,
or Restore button.
Q: What will happen when I restore a project?
A: Restoring a project will restore the project into your list of
current projects. The album designs, orders, and other project information
will be restored to their current state from the time of the backup.
Q: Will my high-resolution files be affected when I restore a project?
A: Your high-resolution files will not be deleted or modified in
any way when restoring a project.