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ezCheckPrinting: How to Restore Data with Mac Computer

(Click to view Windows Version) With ezCheckPrinitng check writing software for Mac, you can backup data and restore data easily.
ezCheckPrinting Mac version database backup file is .db file. you should NOT open this backup file manually or with application. Please follow the instruction to restore your data.

1. If you backup the data to the default data folder, you can switch the current account to view the backup data.

1.1 Start ezCheckPrinting, click the top menu "Accounts", then click the sub menu "Switch Account" to view account list.

restore account menu

2. If you backup the data to a server, another folder, a USB disk or other location, here are two options

2.1 Use the Built-in Database Restore Feature

2.1.1 Start ezCheckPrinting software and click the top menu Accounts, then Restore Account

restore account menu

2.1.2 Select your backup file and restore.

restore account data

2.1.3 Switch the current account. You can click ezCheckPrinting top menu "Accounts" then "select account" to change the current to the new backup database file.

2.2: Restore Accounts Manually

If you are a CPA and have many client accounts, it will be faster to back up the data manually.

2.2.1. Open "Finder"->"Application", you will see ezCheckPrinting there;

2.2.2. select ezCheckPrinting, right click mouse button, select "Show Package Contents";

2.2.3 Double click "Contents" then "Mac OS"

2.2.4 The database files are .db files. You can copy the backup files manually there.

free check printing software ezCheckPrinting allows customers to design and print professional checks with MICR encoding and logo on blank stock. You can use it as stand-alone computer check writer on both Windows and macOS. This check writer can print regular checks, blank checks and draft checks.

You are welcome to download and try it free with no obligation and no credit card needed.


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