Reading about someone's backup procedure made me think of this: When
you restore, I assume that you can't restore to a certain date, so in
case I needed to ( tax audit etc) I've always backed up every month to a
new filename. Not being too anal, but disk space / blank CD's are not an
issue for me so it's just as easy...
Big picture: on my backup drive I have a Money Folder: in there I have
M2001 , M2004 , M2006 folders ( for the different versions)
in each of those folders... as I backup each new month I create a new
folder. so in M2004 I have a 2006 folder in there a January, February
folder etc. and as the new month arrives, my backup for that month go
into its own folder. So that if I wanted to restore my info as of Feb
2005 I'd pick the version of Money (M2004) then the 2005 folder, then
the Feb file and as I backup I do overwrite the current month until the
end of the month , so only one file per month. Occasionally burn all of
those to one CD.
Is there a way to do that otherwise ? (Other than restoring " the latest
one" and manually deleting every entry in every account back to Feb
2005 ) If so , I need not do this.