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Backing up DataEase





Backing up DataEase

A good and convenient way to backup your DataEase for Windows application is to copy and paste your application folder to another location on your server/workstation. This not only makes a copy of the application itself but also copies across any images and external files it may use. Naturally, consider using the in-built DataEase backup/restore functions if you experience problems with your application but remember, this option does not copy across any images/external files.


To copy and paste the application folder to another location:

1) Close your Dataease application;

2) Double-click “MyComputer” from your desktop;

3) Browse to the folder where the application is stored;

4) Right-click the application folder and select “copy” from the pop-up menu;

5) Browse to the location where you would like to copy this folder to and right-click and select “paste” from the pop-up menu (for example your CD drive).


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