Note: The program will backup your database with the database name, a period and today's date. Which tool to use depends on the logger you use.
Here is another tool for those creating their own cards. The program is called QSOCardLayout.exe and will let you load your QSOCardCreator image, and show you the X, Y coordinates where you click. These are the values needed in the ICF files. The positioning is not exact, but much better than guesswork. I open the ICF in notepad, make changes and save (Leave notepad open), then in my application open setup and press save to close. You can now see the effects on the card locations. Repeat, repeat and repeat until you are happy with the results.
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