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That's why I use a batch file (based on xcopy) to copy all the Quicken data files at the same time. I do not use the backup feature in Quicken at all; with multiple files that takes too long since you have to open each file first.

Walk me through this. I only have one Quicken file, but it is rather extensive since it contains about 15 accounts. To what medium do you copy? I would appreciate your walking me through this, if possible, as that seems to be the answer to my prayers. I have attempted to back up the file using my CD-RW, but I'm not too pleased with the results.

Best wishes,

Donna
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