Backup QuickBooks Company File

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To manually create a backup of your QuickBooks data:

On the File menu, click Back up.
If this is the first time you've backed up your QuickBooks data, you may see the Portable Company File Feature dialog box. -Select Do not display this message in the future, and click OK to proceed.
In the QuickBooks Backup dialog box, click Disk.
Click Browse to select the filename and location for your backup file.
In the Back Up Company to dialog box, click the appropriate folder or location in the Save in list.
Verify or change the File name.
Ensure that QBW Backup (*.QBB) is selected in Save as type.
Click Save to return to QuickBooks Backup.
Select Verify data integrity in the QuickBooks Backup dialog box.
Click OK to begin the backup process.
After the backup completes, click OK to return to QuickBooks Home.

Note: If you store data for more than one company, make sure that the company whose data you want to back up is the active company. Visit here in case you get QuickBooks Unrecoverable Error When Open.

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Automatically Back Up File

QuickBooks has two automatic methods to back up your file. The first method creates a backup file each time you close the file. You set the frequency of how often QuickBooks creates the backup. QuickBooks stores this backup file on your hard drive under the QuickBooks directory in a folder named "Auto Backup".

The second method lets you schedule an unattended backup. This means you do not have to be working in QuickBooks, or even at your computer. This backup file can only be stored on a local or network hard drive. The company file must be closed during a scheduled backup.

Automatically Back Up When Closing File

From the File menu, choose Back Up.
Click the Schedule a Backup tab.
Click the Automatically back up when closing data file every box.
Enter the appropriate back up the frequency.
Make appropriate selections in the QuickBooks Backup windows.
Click OK

Schedule Unattended Backup

From the File menu, choose Back Up.
Click the Schedule Backup tab.
Click the New Button.
Make appropriate selections in the Schedule Backup window.
Click OK to save the new schedule.
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