|Go to his web site, download the BLaunch utility program, and then install it on your computer.
When you start up BLaunch, it may appear a little intimidating, but that's only because he has put everything you need all on one screen.
Here are my recommendation for your first shot at using BLaunch:
1. Create a separate directory on your computer to store your backups. Let's assume it's called C:\CSBArchive
2. Start BLaunch, and in the 'Settings' box, you will want to enter the name of your backup directory. So go ahead and enter C:\CSBArchive
3. Next, notice the 'number of backup copies' option. By default he has it set to 5, and that's fine. Bit I'm very paranoid about backups, so mine is set to 20!
4. The file mask option is preloaded to .tlx, which is what we want.
Note: later on you can also use this utility for other software. For example, let's say you have an Excel spreadsheet that you work on everyday to track sales. Use BLaunch to make backup copies of your spreadsheet, before launching Excel!
5. Go ahead and click on 'Save Settings' at this time.
6. By default, the middle window, labeled 'Work Folder', is preloaded with 'C:\My Documents'. If this is where your .tlx file is located, continue to step 7. Otherwise use the scroll area below it to locate the drive/folder where you keep your .tlx file
7. At this point, you can go ahead and click on the 'Backup/Launch' button to see if it all works. A copy of your .tlx file will be stored in the C:\CSBArchive directory, and then CuteSITE Builder will be automatically started.
Creating a shortcut / automatic launcher:
1. If you want to make a shortcut, restart BLaunch and click on the 'make launcher' button.
2. You will have your choice as to what to call the name of the file. I suggest using the first one. The name of the file will always end with .bl9.
3. After you are done, you will find the .bl9 file in the same directory where your .tlx file exists. Right click on the file and select to 'Create a shortcut' and place the shortcut on your Windows desktop.