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restoring individual files with Time Capsule


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I'm a little confused. Duh. I understand that time machine backs up to my Time Capsule. With a 56K solid state hard drive on my Macbook Air, real estate on my drive is precious. So once I back up everything, I felt safe uncluttering my drive of BACKED-UP files on my Time Capsule. My issue is this: I know I can retrieve files from the recently Backed Up Restoration Points, but once those files are deleted to make room for new ones, HOW DO I USE MY TIME CAPSULE THE WAY I WOULD ANY EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE TO SELECTIVELY RESTORE OR RETRIEVE FILES AND FOLDERS?

SOMEONE PLEASE HELP A SEMI-GEARHEAD LUDDITE.
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