Things have changed since we wrote the first version of TurboCASH in 1984, but our quirky file system has hung with us. When we began disk space was at a premium. Its now a lot easier. Here is a quick brute force way to make backups.

Every set of books is in its own directory under \tcash5\books

All TCASH books are called books.fdb - ITS ONLY THE DIRECTORY NAME THAT DISTINGUISHES THEM


The simplest way TO BACK UP ALL of the BOOKS is to simply use File Manager to  make a copy of \tcash5\books

I put it into c:\backups and them I date them
C:\backups\Jan6
C:\backups\Jan7

etc

Don't overwrite old backups. At least use a grandfather- father- son system.Disk space is cheap. Keep as many copies and you can. Just make sure your number system lets you knwo whcoih is which

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