backing up passwords

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My laptop is going in for repair. Can I backup my password file to a PDF or other format for reference?
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btodd3

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Tom Emmelot, Champion

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Hi btodd3

Welcome to TM Home users Community, a public site where volunteers try to help each-other , also there are TM Employees that can give answers, that is only at working hours. I am just a volunteer!

Here are some things you need to learn about Password Manager:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Password Manager
https://esupport.trendmicro.com/en-us/home/pages/technical-support/password-manager/1059618.aspx?_ga...
Hope this helps.
Kind regards, 
Tom
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Hello btodd3 ! Welcome to the community!

Thank you so much Tom Emmelot for answering the inquiry.

In addition, if you have saved passwords using the Trend Micro Password Manager, all you need to do once you got your computer back is to Download and install the Trend Micro Password Manager back to your computer and sign in using your Trend Micro account. Since this application relies on the user's account, all your passwords saved will be retrieved as if nothing happened.

Furthermore, if you really wish to extract the passwords saved on the application itself, just follow this link for the instructions.

Importing and exporting passwords using Password Manager

Edit: The password will be saved on a .csv extension that can be used or opened through Microsoft Excel or similar applications

I hope this helps.

All the best.
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