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My Journey Through Girl Scouts®
Evaluation Download

This is the evaluation version
In evaluation mode, My Journey will let you use all of the features for 30 uses. After 30 uses, it will no longer let you add data, however your data will still be intact. If you've purchased My Journey, then after you install the evaluation version, go to (from the main menu) "Help" and "Upgrade to Full" and email the activation code that's displayed to We'll respond with the upgrade information.

Current Users of My Journey Through Girl Scouts (data transfer information)
If you currently use My Journey 1.xx, then you can transfer your data to 2.0.

After you install 2.0, the instructions for transferring your data will be in your My Journey program group. Click on "Start" and "Programs" and "My Journey 2.0" and "Instructions". This requires Adobe Acrobat.

Printing the Instruction Manual
The full instruction manual will be placed in your My Journey folder. The file is named "myjmanual.pdf" and is in Adobe Acrobat format. An icon is also placed in your My Journey 2.0 program group.

If you have a duplex printer (it can print on both sides of the paper), then do the following:

  1. Select the My Journey Instruction Manual (Duplexed) document (also in your My Journey program group)
  2. Set your printer to print in landscape mode
  3. Set it to full-duplex mode (print on both sides of the paper)
  4. Print the manual
  5. Fold the manual in half and you are done

My Journey 2.04 Download (Main Program) - Posted 1/29/2005
This file is 49 MB.

Questions or Comments?
Please contact us if you have any questions or comments about My Journey.


Latest News

G-Scoutmate 7.22 has been released and includes the latest Leadership Journey Awards and newest badges.

This is a free update for users of G-Scoutmate 7.







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