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Here you can specify the interval at which Untis should automatically save data and how many backup generations should be archived. The settings in the figure mean, for example, that Untis should save the data every 30 minutes and use four generations of backup. These data are saved in files Save1.gpn, Save2.gpn, Save3.gpn and Save4.gpn. The most current data are always in file save1.gpn and the oldest – in relative terms – in file save4.gpn. In order to avoid identical save files being created we would recommend that you check the option 'Save only when the data has been changed'.





When you check the option 'Open with the last file saved', Untis will automatically load the last file to be processed. You can prevent this happening by holding <SHIFT> pressed when launching Untis.


In addition, the option 'Start with current date' also allows you to determine whether windows in which it is possible to select the date should be opened with the current date or with the date last saved.


You can view the results of optimisation in the optimisation dialogue immediately after the optimisation run. Check the option 'Save results of the optimisation in work files' if you wish to have these timetables available after you exit Untis. This causes the result to be saved in so-called work files.