FAQ1105200403 - Steps to identify installed version of software.
1) Using "Windows Explorer" or "My Computer", navigate to the folder where the software is installed.
NOTE: The destination folder is user selectable at the time of installation.
For programs developed prior to 2001, the default installation folder is located in the root of the C:\ drive.
For example "C:\CATCARD" for Catalog Card Creator.
For programs developed from 2001 to the present, the default installation folder is located below the "Program Files" folder.
For example "C:\Program Files\Catalog Card Creator 6.0" for Catalog Card Creator.
2) Locate the EXE file for the program and note the date displayed.
In cases where there is more than one EXE file in the programs installation folder, the main program's exe file can be recognized as an abbreviated spelling of the programs name.
3) For purposes of the Database Export Utility, only the EXE's filename and Date are required. These two items are used to identify the application during the scanning process.
4) For 32-bit programs (those developed since 2001) simply right click on the exe file and choose properties from the drop down menu that appears. The exact version number will then be displayed. For example 184.108.40.206