How do I bring forward the same monitors from 2014 to 2015


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This is how I do at as I know of no other way.  I use RegEdit to export the current set of monitors, edit the resulting .reg file to change the module year, and then run the edited .reg file to import the monitors for the new year.

For example, to copy your monitors for T1 2014 to T1 2015, run RegEdit and locate the following entry:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\GreenPoint\ProFile\2014 T1\Monitor

Right-click on this entry and choose Export from the menu.

Save the exported .reg file to a convenient location and give it a meaningful name such T1-2014.reg.

Close RegEdit.

Edit the exported .reg file using Notepad.

Use Notepad’s Find & Replace feature to Replace All instances of \2014 T1\ with \2015 T1\.

Use Notepad’s File > Save As command to save the edited file to a new file, such as T1-2015.reg.

Execute the new file T1-2015.reg and your monitors from T1 2014 will now be available in T1 2015 the next time that you open ProFile.

Repeat the above for any other year & module combinations.

These .reg files can also be executed on other computers to import your monitors to their registry.  This is how I distribute our firm’s standard set of monitors to all staff.

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