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What is the difference between Save As vs Backup Database?

Save As creates a new database file (SIP file) under a new name which is an exact copy of your current database file. A backup is a full dump of your entire database to a CSV file that can be reimported in the future.
Last updated, 15 May 2015, 07:54




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