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1. Where do you find the Backup feature in Outlook?
It can’t be found because it’s not called Backup.
Only the Microsoft wizards know...
Hidden under File, Options, Advanced, Export.
2. What is the difference between a “Comma Separated Values” file type and an “Outlook .pst” file type?
It is okay to use either one.
Just use the default one Outlook displays. It’s probably the best one anyway.
Comma Separated Values is compatible to Excel or Outlook; Outlook Data File (.pst) is compatible to Outlook only.
3. What reasons would a Backup serve its purpose?
Sharing a data file with co-workers.
If there is a computer failure or data loss, you have your important information stored and available to re-import.
No reason to backup; I trust all computers!
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