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Learn how to store electronic copies of your important documents, in case you need them in an emergency.

Learn how to store your documents on a USB

Before you can store copies of your documents, you will need to decide where you are going to store them electronically.

One option is to store them on a USB, which is a portable, physical storage device.

Jack will walk you through these steps.

How to store documents on a USB
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“I’m a bit conservative when it comes to my personal information. What’s important is it’s all in one place.”

A USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a portable drive that you can store files on. If you plug it into a computer, you will be able to access your documents on the device you are using, where you can then copy them to the device, or email them to someone you trust.

Steps to storing your documents on a USB

Print out these steps to follow Jack’s process yourself

Download the steps you’ll need to take to safely store electronic copies of your documents on your USB, just like Jack.

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