Moving just your QuickLists

Backing up or moving your installation of TOTAL involves storing or moving your report files and photos, QuickLists, databases, and digital signatures.  This document helps you locate and copy these items to create a backup or move them to a new installation of TOTAL.

Document 6501  ¦  Last updated:  11/02/2016 KMG

If you only want to move your QuickLists from one installation of TOTAL to another, follow the instructions below:

First, make sure you have a USB flash drive, external hard drive, or other removable storage device available and plugged into your computer.  We'll use that to transfer your QuickLists from one computer to the other.
  1. On your keyboard, press Windows Key + R.

  2. In the Open: field, type %tsa6% and click OK to open the Tech Support Assistant.

    %tsa6%

  3. In the top left, click the Common Paths tab.

  4. Click the Open button to the right of Data Files.

  5. In the window that opens, locate the Quicklists folder.  Right‑click it and choose Copy.

  6. Now, browse to your removable storage device.  Then, right‑click and Paste your QuickLists folder.

Once the transfer process has completed, move the removable storage device to your new computer and continue with the instructions below.

  1. Browse to your removable storage device.  Then, right‑click and Copy the QuickLists folder.
  2. On your keyboard, press Windows Key + R.

  3. In the Open: field, type %tsa6% and click OK to open the Tech Support Assistant.

    %tsa6%

  4. In the top left, click the Common Paths tab.

  5. Click the Open button to the right of Data Files.

  6. In the window that opens, right‑click in an empty space and choose Paste.

That's it!  Your QuickLists are now available in TOTAL.  Click here for instructions on selecting your preferred set of QuickLists.

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