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Old 08-31-2009, 10:33 AM
RichrdC RichrdC is offline
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Default Erasing Back-Up Session Files

I've been looking for the spot in Preferences where I can limit how many seesions are backed up.. I know a session is automaticaly saved every so often, but I must have 15 to 30 files in my Seeion Back Up Folder and would like to limit the number of sessions saved when I close out of a session to a manageable number.. In the meantime, is it possible to highlight more than one back up session at a time to delete them? Haven't been able to figure that out yet.. Thank you
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