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  1. Hi Sandra, You need to make a copy of your project and upload it to a share drive or save to a thumb drive. And then copy it to your other computer. I would recommend using one operating system with NVivo. So if you are using your Mac, you would use the Parallel software you have to open the NVivo Project in the Windows environment. You don't have to purchase two licenses if you purchase NVivo for Windows you can use install it on your Windows and Mac Computers.
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  2. You are right! Windows version allows you to import them. Regards,
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  3. Hello again AmirM, When you follow above steps on the word "water" will be coded withe node you created. The content is displayed in gray by default that does not mean that those words will be coded. To check, open the node you created and select text tab and open one of the sources you will see that only "water" will be highlighted. Regards,
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  4. My thesis partner and I are in the process of coding our thesis in Nvivo. First we had to code separately and now in the final stage we should merge our two files, but here we get stuck. We both worked in Nvivo 1.4.1, the only difference is that she works on a MAC computer and I on a Windows. When we forwarded our files to each other, we did the following steps: Share < copy project < convert to MAC/Windows (depending on who was sending to whom). When I (Windows user) opened her file, I got error messages. The error message said "Conversion failed. Please check 'Project C
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  5. Case solved. The issue was that my project and all the files in it were stored on OneDrive. Once I moved everything to my laptop hard drive the query worked.
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