Paths are the method the software uses to organize its own internal files and storage folders. Paths are essential. Paths have nothing to do with where you save your own templates, forms, or documents. A Path defines only the software's own data. All Path information is stored in a folder named TheFormTool, typically saved on the C drive.
Paths are usually managed by the program without any input from the user. This changes, though, with network or DropBox installations, where the Path needs to point to TheFormTool folder saved in a location accessible by all other users on the network. The average user will have no need to do anything within TheFormTool folder; it's a good idea not to mess with it. Discussion of the TFT folders starts at 14:21 and DropBox is covered at 16:37.
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tags: TheFormTool folder, Answers, Master Lists, AppData,