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Creating Profiles

 

EasyWorship will create a default profile automatically when it is installed.  If another set of data or settings is desired, creating a new profile can accommodate this need.

 

Creating a New Profile:

  1. Open EasyWorship

  2. Click on the Profiles menu.

  3. Click on Profiles Manager

 

 

  1. The Profiles Manager screen appears.

 

  1. Click on Create a new application Profile under Manage application profiles.

 

  1. Type the name of the profile in the Profile Name area. For Example: Youth, Pastor, Contemporary...

 

Profile Information:

  1. Under Create a new application data instance the default path for the profile data will be displayed.  Click Browse to select a different location.

  • You may use another profile's set of data if you don't want to create a new set of data.  See:Using A Shared Database
     

  • The default profile data will be in Shared or Public Documents\Softouch\EasyWorship.
     

  • A new folder for the profile data can be created in the default location, another place on the hard drive, on a server or shared network folder. Click Make New Folder in the browse window to create a folder.

 

Notes

Shared or Public Documents can be located in different locations depending on your Operating system.  For Windows XP it will be in My Computer\C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Shared Documents  for Windows Vista it will be located in Computer\C:\Users\Public\Public Documents.

 

Application Options:

  1. Create a name for options to be used on this profile.

  • If Create a new application data instance is selected, there will be no profile options to select from the drop down list. EasyWorship will automatically create an application options name.

     

 

 

  • If Use an existing application data instance is selected, type in the desired name for this profile's options or select a name from the drop down list.









     

  • To create a new set of application options type the name for the new options in the "new application options name" box.

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Click Save Profile.

  2. The new profile will now show up in the profiles list. 

 

Notes

If you want to return to the Profiles Manager after creating the new profile.  uncheck, the option for "Start Using this profile when complete".

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