Worship Assistant 5 Backup

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Back up Worship Assistant

Designed for Windows 2000, XP, Vista and 7, Worship Assistant is a useful utility for anybody who plans and organizes worship services and concerts. It allows church leaders to track information about worship songs, present lyrics using a video projector, transpose songs to different keys, and much more.

The Worship Assistant 5 Backup plug-in in Handy Backup lets users of Worship Assistant back up data and configuration of the application, either on a scheduled basis, or as run-once events.

Program versions: 5.0

Will be backed up: configuration and user settings

Author: Bjarne Dein

Release Date: March 24, 2010

Download Worship Assistant 5 Backup plug-in - ZIP file, 474 bytes

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