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Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Housecleaning in OneNote - Backing Up Notebooks Manually, Choosing How to Back Up Notebooks

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1. Backing Up Notebooks Manually

OneNote backs up all notebooks automatically. However, you can back up a notebook at any time in the Save & Backup area of the OneNote Options dialog box. By clicking the Back Up All Notebooks Now button, you can manually back up all notebooks on your computer or network.

1.1. Back Up Notebooks Manually

  1. Click File.

  2. Choose Options.

  3. Select Save & Backup

  4. Click Back Up All Notebooks Now.

  5. Click OK in the Completed Successfully message box.

  6. Click OK to close the OneNote Options dialog box.




Tip:

Rather than click Back Up All Notebooks Now, click Back Up Changed Files Now to back up only notebooks that have been edited since they were last backed up.

2. Choosing How to Back Up Notebooks

OneNote backs up all your notebooks automatically. How the backups are made is up to you. You can choose how often notebooks are backed up and how many backup copies to keep.

2.1. Choose How to Back Up Notebooks

  1. Click File.

  2. Choose Options.

  3. Click Save & Backup.

  4. Select Automatically Back Up My Notebook at the Following Time Interval.

  5. In the Automatically Back Up gallery, choose 2 Days.

  6. In the Number of Backup Copies to Keep menu, choose 2.

  7. Click OK.




Tip:

If you prefer not to keep backup copies of a notebook, go to the Share tab, open the menu on the Notebook Recycle Bin button, and choose Disable History for This Notebook.

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