How to Back Up and Restore a Database in Access
You can create a backup copy of your database in case of a system failure or if the Undo command isn't enough to fix a mistake.
It's important to back up your database on a regular basis, as without one you can't restore corrupted or missing objects.
The Save As dialog box appears. Here you can specify where you want to save the backup.
Access creates a backup copy of the database.
When you restore a whole database, you replace a database file that is damaged, has data problems, or is missing completely with a backup copy of the database.
The backup of the database appears.
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