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RE: Newbie question

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2011 14:19:57 -0400

> Hello,
> I tried tortoise a few months ago, and it worked fine. I want
> it
> to keep version of some documents I edit very often (so I can roll
> back
> if needed, without having to manually save the file under a
> different
> name each time I change something). But also, I want to keep the
> files
> inside a removable device, which would be mounted only when I want
> to
> use the documents. I don't remember what error did it cause, but I
> remember it caused errors... is there a way to do it?
> Best Regards
> P.S: the repository and the work copies will be stored in the same
> removable device, which I would mount on my machine.

You can do it. But, if this is the only reason you are using tsvn you might consider using a word macro that saves the doc under a new version for you.




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