Welcome to the Pro community!
For starters, you don't need to type in the license key each time. Simply save the key to a text file, and when you need the key, cut and paste it from the text file.
Once the key has been loaded, you need to navigate the start-up screens until you get to the page where it is ready to take the first measurement. At the bottom of the screen is a "Load Measurements" button. Click this, browse to where you saved the measurements .DAT file, and select it. Once the measurements have loaded, you will see at the top of the screen that the prompt has changed from "1st measurement position" to "9th measurement position" (if you saved 8 measurements). Then click on the "Next" arrow, allow the filters to re-calculate, and then you will be at the point where you can customize the calibration in several ways: you can change the crossover selections, choose a new target curve, or invoke the Target Editor. Once you have completed the changes, save the results to the AVR and you are good to go.
Couple of additional tips: you can't add more measurement to an existing measurements file (current known limitation, or bug, depending on your perspective). And, you don't need to re-calibrate the subs--simply skip over that page.
Saved measurements are .amd files and saved edited target curves are .csv files.
The sub distances and levels should be written down after doing the measurements. When loading saved measurements, i.e. NOT using the mic, you should check the distances/levels in the attached receiver/processor after completing and exiting Pro to verify they match the written data.
If I didin't write down the sub distances, do I need to do an XT32 run and write down the distances and then reload the Pro results?? Or hook up the Pro mic??
BTW your instructions were spot on AustinJerry. The only thing I couldnt do was the cut/paste thing. I put the # in a word docment , but coulld not get it copy to the Pro program. But thats because I'm a computer moron.