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hi everybody,
 how can i auto save all the files(eg:Excel and Word) into same folder after a period of time
 using VB.NET?thanks...

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Are the files already saved into some folder are you are looking to gather them all up into a single location? You could write an application that watches the desired source folder locations using the FileSystemWatcher class and when it sees changes you can copy files to your destination folder.

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thanks...sql hv any functionalities like this to backup and restore?

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Well, you can backup a SQL database to disk. You could also export data to a file format using a scheduled DTS package.

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