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I'm getting too many RLK files for ResScan
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Anyone know how to trim the size of stored data on my computer?
In the past, I just deleted older RLK files; but found that it buggered up the program.

It's not that I don't have plenty of storage space; it's when I backup, it adds considerable overhead.

I suppose I could delete my "patient name" then create a new patient.
I was hoping for a way to keep more recent data and trim the older data.

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I figured it out. One can select sessions in the left pane; and right click and "delete detailed data."

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