Grand Prix 5--deleting last year's data

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Grand Prix 5--deleting last year's data

Post by heartofgold » Fri Dec 01, 2006 1:31 pm

How do I delete last year's information, such as car numbers? I am trying to run a simulation for a seminar and I do not want to use far out car numbers, just say 1-9. But I get the response "car number in use, choose another number" or something like that.


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Re: Grand Prix 5--deleting last year's data

Post by gpraceman » Fri Dec 01, 2006 1:41 pm

It would be better to create a new data file, so you can keep your old data around for reference. Once you create a new data file, then you will be able to start adding this year's data. Just click on the New button of the toolbar, enter a filename and then click Save.


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Re: Grand Prix 5--deleting last year's data

Post by heartofgold » Fri Dec 01, 2006 1:56 pm

Thanks Randy,
I will give it a try.


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Re: Grand Prix 5--deleting last year's data

Post by heartofgold » Fri Dec 01, 2006 6:56 pm

Perfect, and though I'm embarrassed to say it , as soon as you suggested that, it was like a big bell going off with fireworks and this incredible laser light show. I get it now!
(and Ron White says you can't fix stupid. What does he know?)


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