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Re: Chessbase and opening questions
Reply #2 - 06/01/20 at 04:35:33
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There also was a nice book written if that helps you: https://www.amazon.com/ChessBase-Complete-2019-Supplement-Covering-ebook/dp/B07Y...
  
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Re: Chessbase and opening questions
Reply #1 - 05/13/20 at 14:13:23
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Have you tried referring to the manual? It's very thorough and is generally not bad at explaining how to do things. There are also some 'First Steps' guides. It's all available for download here:
https://en.chessbase.com/pages/download
  
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Chessbase and opening questions
05/13/20 at 13:48:25
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Hi all,

I was wondering the best way to do this. So I have different sources of cb stuff, ebooks, trainers, data base, etc... So if I come across a game that has good analysis,  can I copy it and put it in a folder or data base? If I can, how do I make the folder or data base? Any thing else that might be useful in doing this? Then I was also thinking of doing some of my own analysis and saving it in the folder or data base too. Thanks and sorry for the beginner chessbase question.
  
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