How can I migrate my keyword catalog from version 2.x to 3.x?
Is there an easy way to update to the latest version without having to re-enter my serial number and re-import my keywords and templates?
Is there a way to find a keyword even if I can't remember exactly how I spelled the original term?



How can I migrate my keyword catalog from version 2.x to 3.x?

Because the database structure of ImageInfoToolkit 3 and ImageInfoToolkit II are completely different, the keyword catalog migration cannot be done by the user. If you purchase a new serial number for ImageInfoToolkit 3, please send your ImageInfoToolkit II database to support@bluebox-software.com. We will convert your database into the new version for free and return it to you quickly with very simple instructions on how to install it.
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Is there an easy way to update to the latest version without having to re-enter my serial number and re-import my keywords and templates?

IMPORTANT: IF YOU MAKE AN UPDATE FROM VERSION 2.x TO 3.x YOU WILL NEED A NEW SERIAL NUMBER. PLEASE CONTATCT US FOR A FREE KEYWORD CATALOG MIGRATION, IF YOU SWITCH FROM VERSION 2.x tTO 3.x.

Yes! Download the latest version of ImageInfoToolkit and save it to your hard drive. For back-up purposes make a copy of your old ImageInfoToolkit program folder. Open your old program folder and copy the folder "db" (data base) from your old folder into the new program folder. If your operating system asks you if you want to replace the already existing files, click Yes or OK.
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Is there a way to find a keyword even if I can't remember exactly how I spelled the original term?

If you want to search on a partial word use the "*" (asterisk) as a substitute for the not know chracters. For example, if you entered "babies" and then later search for "baby" you'll get an error message stating, "keyword 'baby' doesn't exist." If you type "bab*" into the find field, you'll find your term (as well as other terms starting with "bab", like baboon, and baby's breath). You may use the "*" in a search term as many times as you like
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