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If you decide to do take this approach, be sure to export your password entry list before you uninstall the password manager.</IMPORTANT>
The import/export process did not work expected-- so I've outlined what I did, b/c had I followed my initial instincts, I don't think I would have gotten my data back.
Be sure to export your password entry list in the two formats that the tool allows you to export the data into.
If you look at the file save dialogue box that launches when you go to the Import/Export menu and select "Export Entry List" the "save as type" drop down list contains two options: .exe and .pwm. I exported the data twice (once for each "save as type" option). When you export the list the tool prompts you to password protect each file. I used the same password for both formats, but when I tried to import the pwm file -- it did not accept the password. I was only able to recover my passwords when I imported the exe (which had the same pass as the other). Not sure if the exe reads the pwm file or not-- but I'm glad I had both.