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    Smart Notebook, corrupt file.

    Hi Guys,

    I've got a smart notebook file (with a .notebook extension).

    When I try to open it I get the following error "Cannot open the file, If the file is from a newer version of Notebook software, try saving it as a version 9 document."

    I'm assuming that this isn't a version issue since the document was created in version 9.7, the same as the version it was created with. (Although I have tried it on version 10 just to check, it gives the same error message).

    Anyone seen this before and have any ideas?

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    Never mind just mended it.

    I saved a blank file from smart notebook.

    I then opened both the dud file and the blank file in a text editor. I then copied the first line from the blank file to the dud file.

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    No more tears from Ria!
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    Doesn't seem to work for me....

    I just tried this method, and to no avail. When you said you copied the first line, do you mean you pasted it below the line already there in the blank file? I'm a little frustrated because I just spent about 3 hours on a file only to have it do exactly as you described! Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by K.C.Leblanc View Post
    Never mind just mended it.

    I saved a blank file from smart notebook.

    I then opened both the dud file and the blank file in a text editor. I then copied the first line from the blank file to the dud file.

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    KC Leblanc, can you please explain this process more??

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