On the Tools menu, click Export and then Export Project.
This option allows you to export the current project so it can be imported into another installation of BuildPlus, for example on another computer.
A BuildPlus import file (.bpi) is created for the current project. The import file will be named <project name>.bpi and it will be created in the project's working folder.
This works best if the search paths used when creating the project were in UNC form (eg \\datacomputer\sharedfolder), so that the other installation will be able to find the files, even if you import the project on another computer. (A message will appear explaining this the first time you export a project.)
To import the project, see Importing a project
To move all the projects in an existing BuildRoot to a new computer or a new location on the current computer,
To move only some of the projects in the BuildRoot to a new computer or a new location on the current computer,
To move some projects and merge them into an existing BuildRoot,
Note that any annotations and bookmarks associated with the moved projects will not be moved by these steps. To include them, either find the relevant user data file location and copy them to the corresponding location on the new computer, or import user data files from within the Hyperview browser.
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