Create a CPS Database
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Step by step--create_a_cps_database

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Step by step--create_a_cps_database

  1. 1. Create a CPS Database For more information on training and professional development, please contact us at training@einstruction.com Create a CPS™ Database 1. Open CPS from the desktop icon. The CPS Open or Create New CPS Database window appears. (Note: If you are already in a CPS database choose File > New Database and go to step 4.) 2. Choose Create a New CPS database. 3. Click OK. The New CPS File dialog box opens. . 4. Navigate to where you would like to save your file. (i.e. Network drive, or My Documents). ***IMPORTANT! Please CREATE A NEW FOLDER BEFORE SAVING YOUR DATABASE. 5. Create a New Folder by clicking on the New Folder button to store your CPS database. We recommend you name the folder "CPS." 6. Double-click your "New Folder" named CPS to select it as the location to save your database. 7. Click the "File Name" field and enter in a new name for your CPS Database. We recommend you using your Last Name and the school year, for example "Jones2012." 8. Click Save.

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