How to back up your Microsoft OneNote data to your PC manually, or set timed automatic updates
- You can easily back up OneNote,
Microsoft's note-taking platform, to make sure all of your work is saved to your external hard drive.
- To ensure you never lose your meticulously made OneNote documents, you can get started backing up your work in a few simple steps.
You don't want to lose any OneNote documents you've taken the time to craft should your computer suffer a catastrophic crash.Fortunately there are ways to ensure that you can always recover your work. For PC users, your best bet is to back up your work in OneNote.
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How to back up OneNote on a PC
1. Open OneNote for Windows on your desktop.2. Click "File" from the options bar at the top of your screen.
3. Select "Options" among the sidebar options on the left.4. Click "Save & Backup" from the list of options on the left side of the OneNote Options dialog box.
5. Click "Back Up All Notebooks Now."
As an added precaution, you can configure automatic backing up while you're here. You can set your notebooks to back up in automatic intervals as distant as days or weeks apart, or as frequently as minute by minute.
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