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Support Forum Topic: Adding Blood Pressure program to Laptop
Started by: fortnerw
Date: September 22, 2010

I am going on vaction for 3 weeks and wonder if I can add the blood pressure program to my Laptop computer. Sorry if this has been discussed but I can’t find it anywhere. Thanks for the info

William Fortner

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2 Responses to “Adding Blood Pressure program to Laptop”

  1. Steve says:

    Hi William,

    > I am going on vaction for 3 weeks and wonder if I can add the
    > blood pressure program to my Laptop computer. Sorry if this has
    > been discussed but I can’t find it anywhere. Thanks for the info

    Yes, please feel free to install and use the software on any computer you personally use.

    When you purchased My Blood Pressure you received an email containing a link to your license and instructions for installing the license. Just open that webpage on your laptop to install and license My Blood Pressure on your laptop. (If you no longer have that email, let me know and I will resend it).

    There are a couple of ways to synchronize readings between two computers.

    The easiest is to use the “Online Locker” backup system, but this does require a yearly subscription. For more information about this, please see:

    http://www.my-health-software.com/view/items/tutorial-online-locker.html

    Alternatively, if you can access your laptop’s folders and files from your desktop, you can import the readings you entered during your vacation into your desktop.

    On your laptop, the data file are stored in the “My BP” subfolder of your documents folder. The name of the file is “MyBP_username.XML”, where “username” is your My Blood Pressure username.

    To import these readings to your desktop, open My Blood Pressure on your Desktop and click on the “File” menu, then click on “Import Readings”. Where it says “Files of type”, change it from “*.csv” to “XML data files (*.xml)”. Then browse to and choose the file described above from your laptop (this assumes that you can access your laptop’s file system from your Desktop).

    Hope this helps! … let me know if you have any questions or run into any problems.
    Steve

  2. fortnerw says:

    Thank you Steve. I was able to download to my laptop and use the email that you sent with my authorization. I printed off the info to sync the two after I get back from vacation. Thanks very much for the info and I am enjoying using the program. I was looking for something that I could document and show my doctor where we could discuss more in depth my progress. Thanks again.

    Jerry Fortner

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