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exporting data from Maximizer to ACT

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by happyskier, Feb 27, 2007.

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  1. happyskier

    happyskier Thread Starter

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    i have windows XP.

    does anyone know how to convert the data in Maximizer and then import the data to the ACT program?
     
  2. Rockn

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    What are the export formats for Maximizer?
     
  3. happyskier

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    the files are .sav format
     
  4. Rockn

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    Are they a form of CSV format that you can change the extension to CSV and import?
     
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    I was just looking this up, and apparently only the Enterprise version of Max can export to Excel. I think the other versions have to be exported to CSV txt files.... but itImport will handle CSV, TXT or XLS to import to ACT!
     
  7. Triple6

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    Re-opening thread to allow for a possible solution to be posted.
     
  8. GLComputing

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    I just had to help a user do this from the SQL version of Maximizer 10

    We logged in with the Maximizer Master account and used itImport to pull the data directly from the MAX SQL database to ACT! without having to export it.

    I realise the users of this thread would have moved on, but as it came up in my searches to find the best way, I thought I'd have it added for anyone else looking.
     
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