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Thanks to the two who took the time to reply. The first reply taught me about the proper way to delete old files. I have never dug very deep into Reflect: It backs up, I rarely need to restore, and that is about all I've ever needed to know.
As for the second reply, a full back up runs every Monday morning at 0700 local, incrementals daily at 1700 local; at least I know how to set that up. It also explained the abstruse "Error-loadding" entry; I don't recall having ever wanted to load errors....
I tend to delve into programs where I find a need to do that. For example, not long ago I wrote a very complex forty-six page document using Word Perfect. It has paragraphs, subparagraphs, sub-sub paragraphs, full-page images with cross references, footnotes, etc. It was a history of a ten-year project that I started and ran about what were at the time two new related technologies in structural fire suppression, written some twenty years after the conclusion of the project when a location to post the document was finally created. The technologies were created by the US Federal Wildland fire community; at the risk of seeming to be bragging, I was successful in having them adapted to the needs of the structural fire community, and are now in use world-wide. Rather an unusual endeavor for one who is by way of his academic background a medieval historian.