By Karen S. Fredricks
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31 32 Part I: The Opening ACT! 2. Fill in the database name, location, user name, and (optional) password and then click OK. Your currently opened database will close and the newly created database will open. Working with Passwords If you’re the only user using your ACT! database, security might not be an important issue for you. , it will not prompt you for a user name and password. But if you’re like most people, you probably prefer not to share every tidbit of information in your database with anyone who wanders into your office.
It also means that users of an older version such as ACT! 6, or even ACT! 2005 or 2006, can’t share a database with users of an ACT! 2007 database. So what are you waiting for? Boot up your computer, grab the book, and get going. After all, it’s time to get your ACT! together (pun intended). 13 14 Part I: The Opening ACT! Chapter 2 The Various Faces of ACT! In This Chapter ᮣ Starting the correct database ᮣ Logging in correctly ᮣ Knowing about the My Record ᮣ Maneuvering in ACT! ᮣ Getting help with ACT!
If that’s the case, change it back. ߜ If you’re 100 percent certain that you logged in as yourself and haven’t changed your contact information, your database is likely corrupted. I’m not trying to scare you, but I recommend that you turn to Chapter 14, where I show you how to perform a little CPR on your database. Taking the time to enter all your own contact information is very important. If you don’t, you might find that you’re missing key information when you start to work with templates and reports.
Act! X for dummies by Karen S. Fredricks