XP Backup Settings

When I set up a backup of certain files, I must use the Advanced settings in order to specify that the backup should over ride previous backups but then I don't see how I can save and name the profile so I can run it again at a later date. If I don't use the "Advanced" mode, I don't see how I can make some settings such as to over ride previous backups. Another way of expressing my questions is to say that if you use the wizard, you don't have a chance to save your settings, but if you don't use the wizard, you don't have access to all of the settings. Appreciate your help.
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Take another look at it.
If you are not using the wizard the options will be there once you actually click 'Start Backup'
you will see a 'schedule' button and an 'advanced' button

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