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The regedit > export feature is the generally accepted way to backup the registry. Creating a system restore point (Option One, Method One, Step 1 in the link you provided) will also backup the registry. Or you could check out various third party registry cleaners to see if they offer a backup feature.
13 Free Registry Cleaner Programs (Updated November 2013)
What are you trying to accomplish that the tutorial you linked to isn't providing?
EDIT: I see A Guy beat me to it. He always did type faster than me.
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