.NRBAK File Extension

A .NRBAK file is a NeatReceipts Backup File, created by The Neat Company.

Open with Neat. Available for Windows.

What is a .NRBAK file?

The .NRBAK file extension stands for NeatReceipts Backup File. This type of file is created by a software program called NeatReceipts, which is part of NeatWorks. NeatWorks is an older version of a more recent software known as Neat 5. Neat 5 is designed to help users organize their digital documents efficiently.

A .NRBAK file contains a backup of scanned documents. These documents typically include receipts and business cards. This backup file is important because it helps users save and restore their important documents in case of data loss. The .NRBAK file is similar to other backup files used by Neat software, such as .NBAK and .NWBAK.

To open a .NRBAK file, you need to use the Neat software. Here’s how you can manage .NRBAK files with Neat: 1. **Creating a .NRBAK File:** - Open Neat software. - Go to the "Tools" menu, then select "Database" and choose "Backup." - The software will suggest a default name for the backup file. You can accept this or enter a new name. - Choose where you want to save the backup file. - Click "Save" to create the backup.

2. **Restoring from a .NRBAK File (in versions before Neat 5):** - Open Neat software. - Go to the "Tools" menu, select "Database," and then choose "Restore." - Click on "Browse" to find and select your .NRBAK file. - Once the file is selected, click "Open." - Finally, click "Restore" to recover your data from the backup file.

3. **Migrating Old Database using .NRBAK File:** - Run the "Neat Data Migration Utility." - Click "Browse" to select your .NRBAK backup file. - Specify the new cabinet and database location where you want the data to be migrated. - Click "Migrate" to start the process.

It is important to note that the .NRBAK file extension was used up until version 4.6 of NeatWorks. After that, it was replaced by the .NWBAK extension in version 4.9, and subsequently by the .NBAK extension with the release of Neat 5.


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