By Karen S. Fredricks
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8. Double-check your answers carefully, make the appropriate changes (if any), and then click Finish. The newly created database opens. When you’re ready to add contacts to the database, head to Chapter 4. You don’t need to use the wizard every time you want to create a new, blank database. If you already set your preferences (see the upcoming section, “Giving ACT! the Preferential Treatment”), you can create a new, blank database by simply doing the following: 1. Choose File➪New Database from any of the ACT!
2. Click the drop-down arrow to the right of the Look In box. 3. Double-click the folder that contains your database to expand. 4. Click the name of your database and then click Open. If you prefer, double-click the name of the database that you want to open. When you open an ACT! pad file extension. Every ACT! database actually stores three different groups of data: Chapter 2: The Various Faces of ACT! ߜ Main database: The main database consists of all your contacts’ information, activities, notes, histories, and so on.
ACT! is a contact manager, which (as the name implies) makes it a great place to manage your contacts. First, you add new contacts into your database, and then you need to know how to find them again. After you locate your contacts, you can schedule an activity with any one of them, set a reminder, and maybe add some notes for good measure.