Backing up Documents
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Saving a document is a relatively simple
step that we have all mastered at this point. But WHERE you save a
document is important! Below is a list of options to save documents.
Please remember that you will save yourself time and frustration by
always making a backup document in the event that something happens to
the original document or to your computer.
The best way to save files is to save them
to your H: drive on the network. This ensures your files are safe and
protected. To locate your network drives, double click on the "My
Computer" icon located on your desktop. One of the major benefits of
saving files to the network is that if the file is deleted or becomes
damaged, we can recover it for you!
It is often convenient to save documents to
a floppy disk, zip disk, or CD for easy transport, however it is
strongly recommended that you only use removable media as a backup.
Sometimes removable media becomes damaged and the information is not
users like to save their documents to the My Documents folder located in
C:\Documents and Settings\(username)\My Documents. This is a quick,
easy way to access documents on your own computer. However, if your hard
drive becomes damaged and needs to be replaced, there is a chance the
document will be unrecoverable. If you do save files to "My Documents"
or your hard drive, it is highly recommended you back this data up on a
regular basis. A CD-R would be ideal because of the size. Your best
option, however, is to not take the chance and save important files to
your network drives.
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Time Saving Tip: Did you know that all or your
email folders hold space, including your 'Sent' folder? Keep your
'Sent' folder rid of large emails to avoid going over quota. In
Netscape you can sort by size allowing you to quickly delete the large
emails that could be holding up space in your email account. To
sort by size, click on the heading 'Size' in your mail window.
Network Drive Access
for Mac Users (H:)
To access your (H:) on a Mac: Login to Netware and mount the
appropriate server as a drive on the desktop. OS 9 users use the
Chooser for this. OS X users use the Browse tab in the Netware client.
TCNJ12 for faculty members and TCNJ10 for administrative users.
Open the drive, then open the "Users" folder, then open the folder with
the full instructions for OS X users:
To login to Novell network and get to your network home folder:
(If the NetWare screen is not visible, click on the tree icon in the
menu bar and select login)
1) Enter Your USERNAME
2) Enter your PASSWORD
3) The TREE should read TCNJ
4) For the CONTEXT, use one of the following:
5) Once logged in you will see
FACULTY: Open TCNJ12_VOL1, then open the Users folder then open the
folder with your username. You are now in your
network home folder.
STAFF: Open TCNJ10_VOL1, then open the Users folder then
open the folder with your username. You are now in your network