Exercise1_2 - Portable File A portable company file is a...

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Portable File A portable company file is a compact version of your company file containing only financial data, and is small enough to be sent by e-mail or saved to portable media. You can use a portable company file whenever you need to move your company financial data to another location or send it to another person. Unlike a backup file, a portable file contains only a compressed version of the company file financial data —it doesn't contain related files such as letters, images, templates, and so on. It also doesn't contain a transaction log (.tlg file) and is not always the best option for a synced company file . The portable file is saved with a .qbm extension. Backup File A backup file is a compressed file containing everything you need to recreate your company file and QuickBooks environment. Use a backup file to safeguard your QuickBooks files against accidental data loss. The backup file is saved with a .QBB extension. Unlike a portable file, a backup file is very large and cannot be e-mailed. It is not recommended as a
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Exercise1_2 - Portable File A portable company file is a...

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