Copy SQL for co-worker

I am new to SQL Server.  
I am working on a project with another person.  I created a SQL DB and want to transfer it to his machine intact so he can start working with it.  We are not connected thru a network.

I see some utilities for backing up or copying the DB but wondered what the steps are to make a copy of this DB to send to him?  Then what files do I need to send to him?

On his end what steps does he need to take to bring the DB into his SQL environment?
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Dirk MareSystems Engineer (Acting IT Manager)Commented:
Use SQL Server Management Studio to make backup and then again on the other side to restore the backup.

You did not mention what version of SQL you are using but the backup and restore function hasn't changed much over the past couple of versions.

Watch this short video on Youtube and that's about it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Dwni-aLeII

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Vikas GargBusiness Intelligence DeveloperCommented:
Hi,

Simply right click on database
Select Task - Backup
In destination check mark disk
click on ADD
give suitable path and file name
This will created .bak backup file.

Now to restore it on destination
send this file to the destination machine via pen drive

Right click on the databases and click on restore

Select the .bak backup file
and thats it
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mlcktmguyAuthor Commented:
Excellent, the video was very clear, even for a NUB.
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