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  1. Hi- Moving file from one PC to another (each with a valid NVivo 12 Plus license) via Google Drive (not opened there, of course), was prompted to convert file to NVivo 12 file, which I did. Was prompted going the other way as well. In both cases, coding for 8 out of 10 coded interview transcripts has disappeared. No clear guidance on how to restore a NVB file, which I hope holds previously coded interview files. Please help? Also, I'm unable to find online straightforward guidance on how to restore a file like this - perhaps I've missed it? - seems that would be especially helpful and smart. Please advise. Thanks! ~Carrie
  2. Hi Bhupesh, Thanks for your reply. After upgrading to NVivo 11, I uninstalled NVivo 10. But as I recall, in NVivo 10, one could click on Analyze > Coding > Existing Nodes, and a dialogue box with a checkable list of nodes would appear - and stay on the screen through subsequent coding unless manually closed. IU went back to the NVivo 10 Getting Started Guide and found the following on p. 23, which may capture or at least hint at what I'm thinking of: 3. Drag the selected content to the node. You can also code by: • Clicking options on the ribbon—on the Analyze tab, in the Coding group, click Existing Nodes. ~cmp
  3. In NVivo 10 (Windows), I could pull up a checklist of nodes, select text to code, then check the applicable nodes. In NVivo 11 (Plus), I'm only able to pull up that list by selecting text to be coded, clicking on quick coding, clicking on the ellipses following "code at" and then selecting the appropriate codes. This makes for very inefficient coding. Is there a way to get that "checkable" node list to stay visible for ongoing use? Ideally I'd have that checklist at my side, select text for coding, click the relevant code(s), click apply or return, then move on to next bit of text to be coded. I sure hope this is still possible in some way and I'm just missing it. Please advise! Thanks.
  4. quick code node checklist missing in NVivo 11?

  5. Please share this solution. We have wasted untold hours and lost data (including the most recently saved file). Following several previous unwanted shutdowns, we eventually were able to find the project file, but this time it is nowhere to be found.
  6. With apologies to those who may have seen this post on the general discussion list earlier today, and thanks to Adam Long for quick and helpful feedback, I'd still like to put the following question out there for others who may also be able to weigh in.... I'm a very new NVivo user, still on the steep edge of the learning curve. My research assistant and I have been preparing interview transcripts and fieldnotes for coding and analysis in NVivo. For some, but not all, of our interviews (and small group meetings), each of us took notes and has transcribed them. How should we handle these in NVivo? Thanks, cmp
  7. Hi Adam, Thanks for your reply. To answer your question, we have created the transcripts in Word, and are importing them into NVivo. -cmp
  8. I'm a very new NVivo user, still on the steep edge of the learning curve. My research assistant and I have been preparing interview transcripts and fieldnotes for coding and analysis in NVivo. For some, but not all, of our interviews (and small group meetings), each of us took notes and has transcribed them. How should we handle these in NVivo? Thanks.
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