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Larry Bird

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  1. Hi d4jna -- I was just notified of your reply (I'm OP). It is kind of nice to hear I'm not the only one who's run into this -- I can't imagine we are alone here. But at the same time it obviously stinks for both of us. Unfortunately, after plunging the depths of my ExpressScribe files I couldn't find any dedicated txt files or anything like that to extract, and my colleague ended up purchasing the pro version to recover the work. Hopefully, maybe, we missed something -- so good luck trying to figure out a better way. And best wishes on finishing your thesis.
  2. Hi -- apologies if this has been asked before. This a Q about the new free version of Express Scribe. Does anyone know if the text typed into Express Scribe's notes box is saved in any sort of separate text file somewhere? I have a bit of an unusual problem where a colleague was transcribing directly into the notes box (I know, I know...), completed a good chunk of work, then closed the program. Upon trying to reopen the program, the 30-day free trial had expired, and now the program is locked up, holding the completed text hostage. I know that the free "trial" version can be easily sw
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