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Old 22-Nov-2009, 02:33 PM
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General maintenance of the SellerDeck database to improve performance:

You can improve the quality of SellerDeck’s general performance by performing the following maintenance:

a). Compact your SellerDeckdatabases on a regular basis. In SellerDeck, go to: 'Housekeeping | Compact Databases' tick both boxes then click 'OK'.

b). Compact databases in Microsoft Access*. Instructions below:

1. Browse to your Site** folder (If there is only one site within the software it will be called 'Site1', if there are multiple sites within the software you will need to browse to the site folder name corresponding to the current site you are using)
2. Right click on 'ActinicCatalog.mdb', and select 'Open with | Microsoft Office Access'
3. Go to 'Tools | Database Utilities | Compact and Repair Database'

Please see instructions below to compact a database in Access 2007:

1. Browse to your Site** folder (If there is only one site within the software it will be called 'Site1', if there are multiple sites within the software you will need to browse to the site folder name corresponding to the current site you are using)
2. Right click on 'ActinicCatalog.mdb', and select 'Open with | Microsoft Office Access'
3. Click on the MS Office icon at the top left corner of the program.
4. Go to Manage | Compact and repair database

* Microsoft Access is supplied as part of the 'Microsoft Office Professional' program suite, it is not supplied by SellerDeck.
** Depending on the installation option chosen or operating system used, the 'Site' folder can be found in either 'My Documents', 'Documents', 'Shared Documents' or 'Program Files' in the folder 'SellerDeck vX\Sites\' (with X replacing the version number).
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