In Backup lingo, a backup job is a file that defines your backup. It includes three things:
A list of the files you want to include in your backup
The Backup options you selected, including the type of backup you want to use
The destination drive and folder for the backed-up files
You can either use the Backup Wizard to create a backup job (see the next section), or you can create the backup job right from the Microsoft Backup window (see “Creating a Backup Job by Hand,” later in this chapter).
Windows 98's Backup program contains several wizards that take you through various backup-related operations. The Backup Wizard's role is to help you set up a new backup job. You start ...