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Click the name of your database and then click Open. If you prefer, double-click the name of the database that you want to open. When you open an ACT! pad file extension. Every ACT! database actually stores three different groups of data: Chapter 2: The Various Faces of ACT! ߜ Main database: The main database consists of all your contacts’ information, activities, notes, histories, and so on. The database files are stored on your local machine by default. You can move the database and all associated files to another location or even over to a network drive if you so desire.
You can customize the top half of the screen as well if you so desire. I show you how to add new fields into your database in Chapter 12 and how to modify those tabs in Chapter 13. 23 24 Part I: The Opening ACT! The Divider bar One of the fast food chains used to have a jingle about “having it your way” a number of years back, and you might want to hum a few bars of that tune each time you open ACT!. A case in point is the Divider bar that separates the top half of the Contact Detail window containing the fields from the bottom half containing the tabs.
Chapter 10 explains how to create a mail merge. If you’re using Word, you’ll want to use this as your preference because you’re already familiar with most of its features. 4. Click Next. In the next screen, you get to tell ACT! which e-mail client you’re using. ) 5. Select the e-mail program of your choice and then click Next. If you want, you can even tell ACT! that you prefer to skip the e-mail setup for now. You can read more about setting up your e-mail in Chapter 11. By now, I’m sure you realize running a wizard means clicking the Next button a lot.