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  1. Hi, I am using Nvivo Plus 12.6.0.959 (64 bit) with license on Windows 10 Pro 64 bit build 19042.630. When I open Nodes and click any one of the nodes to see what have I coding just now, then the software will crash and exit. I have try repair the program and try repair the nvivo project file also not use, every nvivo project file now cannot double click the Nodes. Please help, this is urgent as I cannot open any file now, I have raise many email to support but no respond at all until now. The error message is Error Message: The top/bottom margins overlap
  2. Hello! This might be a pretty basic question, but I'm rather new to NVivo. My colleague and I have been making annotations on the same word document transcript for qualitative coding. Is there a way to easily sort our code (i.e. consistently highlight with different colors, etc) to distinguish who has worked on what? Any advice is appreciated.
  3. Hello, I am analysing a focus group interview. I have coded per person participating, and also per turn of speech and of course have applied different codes depending on the kind of statements or questions the participants make. I am trying to develop a chronological sequence of codes for each person participating in the focus group. That is, for instance, when person A first suggests ,then questions, then clarifies, I would like to have a way to present how these codes appear chronologically (not the corresponding coded parts of the interview). That is, in this case something in the
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