Wonder if someone could tell me how to back my Quicken files to a CD? I don't think my floppy's long for this world.Since I backup ALL files to tape everyday, I do not suppose I need the floppy backups I make frequently. But I make them because my lawyer, who is executor of my estate, knows how to read them into Quicken and he might like access to that stuff in the event he gets to perform his duty as executor of my estate.Floppy drives do not cost much these days.
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