One of the more common problems people have using PageFour is figuring out the Import / Export process, a feature most often used to synchronize PageFour Notebooks
or Pages across two or more PCs. This section of the PageFour help outlines how to go about Exporting and Importing.
A common mistake made by users is to set about importing Notebooks, only to stop when they find an empty Archive or Import dialog. This is caused
by selecting the wrong folder to import.
When you're importing, you need to select the top level folder that you previously exported to. For example: if you exported to a folder on
your flash drive called "H:\My Files\, when you go to import, you should also select "H:\My Files\" and NOT the dated sub-folder within this folder.
The Archive / Import manager will then show all exports in this folder for you to chose from, named by date. If you regularly export to and from a flash drive,
you may have a wide selection of different PageFour Exports to chose from.
Every time a user has a problem importing, it's down to not selecting the root folder when they import, as outlined above, and trying to do it manually
by searching for the individual file they want to import.
Remember, there are two import options in PageFour: Import Documents, which imports external files (Word docs and such), and Import Notebooks,
which imports anything you have previously exported out of PageFour. In this case, it is the second of these two options you need to use, not the first.