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How to Find and Backup Sticky Notes in Windows 7



Follow the step by step guide and learn how to find the location where the sticky notes are saved and how to create a backup.

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In this tutorial we will show you where sticky notes are saved on your computer. The sticky notes feature has been entirely changed n windows 7. Sticky notes are saved in the .snt file format. You can follow the step by step tutorial below and find out how to backup sticky notes.

Step 1 — Using the start menu to access the folder

To backup sticky notes in windows 7, you must find the sticky notes location, where they are saved. To access the location of these files, open up the start menu and type in:
C:users”the name of your profile”, which in this case is “user”appdataroaming
What we are doing over here through the search box is in a way browsing the folders by typing in the address. Once you hit enter, the folder will open up.

Step 2 — Alternate way

You can directly access the folder by typing in the search bar:
%appdata%
Alternatively, you could simply browse through My computer and access the folder by navigating through the windows explorer.

Step 3 — Creating a backup

Once here, open up the Microsoft folder and locate the Sticky Notes folder. And this is the basic sticky notes location, where all of the data is saved. Double click on the folder to open it and there you can find the .snt file which is used by the application.
Now simply click on the control key on your keyboard, click and drag the file on your desktop. This will make a copy of the file on your desktop.
And that’s it for how to backup sticky notes. A backup has been created for the sticky notes on your desktop.

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16 Comments
  1. Cheddarz 3 months ago
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    dont work 🙁

  2. TheMaxAcceleration 3 months ago
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    Don't have it there 🙁

  3. darkguy300 3 months ago
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    how to open the snt file?

  4. STEPHEN SMITH 3 months ago
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    ok , I tried the "%appdata%" and was able to locate the "sticky notes" file but when I clicked on it , win said i needed to find a way to open it, REALLY? so this is the next info I got…..Windows has the following information about this file type. This page will help you find software needed to open your file.

    File Type: Unknown

    Description: Windows does not recognize this file type.

    You may search the following Web site for related software and information:

    Search the web

    something is screwy in St Lewy….help!!!!

  5. STEPHEN SMITH 3 months ago
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    ok, so i type in the "C:Usersuserappdataroaming" …nothing matched and when i press ENTER windows says it is lost( i forgot what it said) but it says to try again. I did and same result?????help

  6. AnconeusRex 3 months ago
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    That's a backslash, not a forward slash

  7. Devin Holt 3 months ago
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    I factory reset my computer can i still get my old sticky notes that I had before i factory reset my computer

  8. Georgie Miner 3 months ago
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    wait can you get back the sticky note you deleted that you didnt have backed up

  9. iggy bizkit 3 months ago
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    thanks dude. i just reformatted my laptop and i forgot to save the info on the sticky notes. . lifesaver man. 

  10. J J 3 months ago
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    Here is a suggestion to create multiple backup copies/versions. I created a BAT file to backup my Sticky Note file to a folder I created on my Cdrive named Sticky Notes Backup and added the date & time to the backup copy. Here is the BAT file info (just copy and paste into a new BAT file)

    cd "C:Sticky Notes Backup"
    copy "C:Users%username%AppDataRoamingMicrosoftSticky NotesStickyNotes.snt" StickyNotes-%date:~-4,4%%date:~-10,2%%date:~-7,2%-%time:~0,2%%time:~3,2%.snt

    You can run the BAT file using the task scheduler so it runs automatically. I have it set to run whenever I logon to my account.

    Enjoy!

  11. Silvester Bandur 3 months ago
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    Handy thx.

  12. JorD 3 months ago
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    i deleted the whole sticky note snt folder

  13. JorD 3 months ago
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    i have windows 8 please help

  14. HOWTECH 3 months ago
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    Look in Start Button – Control Pannel – Desktop Gadgets

  15. iluvmiley 3 months ago
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    in microsoft i dont have the sticky notes folder! :s please help!

  16. Matthew Reeves 3 months ago
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    when i go into the Microsoft folder i dont have a sticky notes folder and i recently closed some but need to get them back :S what do i do??

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