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How to open a CTA 2 project in CTA 3?

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Hello ,

I made some projects in CTA2 . So i want to open these in CTA 3 it will say cant open file. Is there a solution for it?


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aniso1000 (1/22/2017)
Hello ,

I made some projects in CTA2 . So i want to open these in CTA 3 it will say cant open file. Is there a solution for it?


I just did a test on this to see if CTA2 projects will open in CTA3... they will!





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It did work now great!!

thanks.
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This was Great!  Thanks!
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Glad I could help, good to know that it worked for you.


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