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coOpera is a free tool that will help you export your Outlook contacts into Opera contacts. Simply create a CSV file and import this file to Opera. You can now retype all the information about your contacts.
coOpera Description:
coOpera is a free tool that will help you export your Outlook contacts into Opera contacts. Simply create a CSV file and import this file to Opera. You can now retype all the information about your contacts.
Installation:
Download the free coOpera application from this web site. Make sure that the file is unzipped.
Place the coOpera.exe file into any directory you like. I am not specifying the exact location.
Open Windows Explorer.
Browse to the directory where the coOpera.exe is located and double click coOpera.exe to run the application.
Windows Control Panel should appear. Click the Add or Remove Programs icon.
Select coOpera from the list. Click OK.
After the installation completes, coOpera should be added to Control Panel. Go to it and press the Start button.
You should see a message that coOpera has been started. You can now double click on the coOpera icon in the tray bar.
Select the Organize Menu and choose Import Data.
Select the Import Data to coOpera option.
Choose the Import Outlook Contacts from the Outlook menu.
Select the type of file that you are trying to import.
You should now see a pop-up window with the File Export dialog box. Select the appropriate file, click the Open button and import data will start.
Once the import is complete, you will have all your contacts in the coOpera address book.
Run coOpera in the background to continue importing contacts. You can do this by pressing the Alt+Tab keyboard shortcut.
The Import Data to coOpera icon will show up on the tray bar. Click it to continue importing contacts.
The Import Window should appear. Select the Import Data from the Outlook menu.
Select the Import Data to coOpera option.
Choose the Import Outlook Contacts from the Outlook menu.
Select the type of file that you are trying to import.
A message window will open with the File Export dialog box. Select the appropriate file and click OK.
You should now see a pop-up window with the Import window. Select the appropriate file and click Import.
You should now have imported your contacts. 00b4fdf01c

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/c cinmidi – initialize and display (or record) MIDI input data.
/a aa Initialize display of data in absolute time instead of
time in deltas. When aa is specified the time base
is set to the aa value. If aa is not specified the
time base is initialized to 1 second.
/i ii Disable interpretation of MIDI messages as comments.
/x xX Display MIDI bytes in hexadecimal form.
/d dd Display MIDI bytes in decimal form.
/2 2b Display MIDI bytes in binary form.
/f f Filters out specified MIDI commands (e.g., “bc” will
filter out control change and patch change messages).
/c ccc Filters out specified MIDI channels, offset zero
(e.g., “09AF”, filters channels 1, 10, 11, and 16).
/p pn The specified MIDI input port (e.g., 0x230 or 0x500).
/l ll List all available MIDI input ports, one per line.
/o oo File name for display to.
/u uu Display header information such as program number,
tempo, and track number.
/s s Specifies time to be displayed in seconds.
/k kk Disables keyboard input.
The remaining options are used to list data from the specified MIDI device,
or to define the output file. For example, the following command will
list the data from all channels and display the data for the time from
16.10.60 to 16.12.20 on channel 10.
:/c cinmidi -n /p:0x500 /o:OutputFileName -u s -k -o
The following command will record the data from all channels on port
0x500.
:/c cinmidi -n /p:0x500 /o:OutputFileName -u s -k -o
The following command will list all MIDI devices and display the
data for the time from 16.10.60 to 16.12.20 on channel 10 of the
first MIDI device in the list that contains the word “MIDI”.
:/c cinmidi -n /p:0x500 -o:OutputFileName -u s -k -a -o
The following command will display the data from the specified

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