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Backup / restore user Settings to / from another file in c#

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Does anyone know if it is possible to work with more than one user configuration file in c#. I would like to implement a method "save as" and "load" where the user can store his program settings.
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I know how to save the settings with the default mechanisms. I need a way to copy them into a new file during runtime. I also need a way to restore a saved configuration set during runtime.
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With this Solution, I still have to copy the file around in order to create a backup of the current settings...
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