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Backup current database

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Choose the following menu option to back up your database files to the "\KDB Backups" sub folder.

File >??CatTools database >??Backup current database

This is a standard folder created under the "CatTools" folder at installation.

The .kdb files will not be over-written or appended, but each new save will create a new file, and the file name will be incremented using a numeric progression:

Backup-1, Backup-2, Backup-3, etc ...

Up to 9 backup incarnations are created. Each time a backup is done, Backup 1 moves to Backup 2 which moves to Backup 3 etc. Backup 9 is dropped off the end and deleted.

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