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Family Law Software can calculate child support guideline amounts in 21 states.

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Question: How Can I Move a Data To Another Computer?

Answer: You have several options to move files between computers.

1. Copy using "Send File to Yourself."

You may use our built in ability to send files from one computer to another.

This is the fastest and easiest way to do it.

To do this, click Files tab > Send File to Self > Send File to Yourself.

When you get to the computer where you want to receive the file, click Files Tab > Get Files > Download.

Both computers must be connected to the Internet.

2. Copy over a network.

If your laptop is on the network, and you are comfortable copying files from one computer to another, you can just copy the files from the folder where they are being stored to your laptop and back, using Windows' "My Computer" copy functionality.

To find the folder where your files are being stored, click Files tab > Open/Save file and look at the text at the top of the screen. The second line will say, "The current folder is:...."

The Family Law Software files are those with the ".fls" extension (last 3 characters). They will have our icon next to the file names.

3. Copy using a flash drive.

You may copy the data file onto a flash drive and carry the flash drive to the other computer.

The Family Law Software files are those with the ".fls" extension (last 3 characters). They will have our icon next to the file names.

Then, copy the data file from the flash drive to a folder on the hard drive of the destination computer.

Or, on the destination computer, you may click Files tab > Open/Save File > Open, to open the file from the flash drive, then immediately click the "Save As" button, to save it to your usual folder on your hard drive.


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