When you first install your Timeslips program or upgrade, You are prompted to print and save the installation and reinstallation codes. I've know some people who do exactly as told. They print out the installation codes and place it in the case or box with the original Timeslips software. However, that doesn't always happen. The only time this becomes super important is when you need to reinstall your Timeslips: hard drive crashes or the computer gets replaced. What's the alternative?
Now might be a good time to do this: Open Timeslips, click on Help, About Timeslips. Click on the Support button at the bottom of the screen. This will bring you to the statistics screen. You will see your installation code, reinstallation code and serial number. You can view this in text mode and print it out; put it in a safe place and/or save it on your hard drive. If you save it on a hard drive, I would recommend saving it both on the server as well as a local hard drive. In the event the server crashes, you will have a copy on the local drive.
There is one other place you can find the installation and reinstallation codes if you can't open your Timeslips program, but can still access the Timeslips program folder on the server. Look for a file called TSCODREIN.TXT. This file has the same information that can be found in the data statistics in your Timeslips program.
Bottom line: print a copy and keep it with your software CD. You won't be sorry.