Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Saving files
Specifying the default file format
Usually when you save a new workbook, you save it in the Excel Workbook format (XLSX).
You can specify a different format as the default for saving files. This might be helpful, for
example, if you share files regularly with users of Excel 2003. To do so, click the File tab,
click Options, and select the Save category, shown in Figure 2-27.
Figure 2-27 You can specify the default format to use when saving.
The Save Files In This Format drop-down list contains all the same file formats as the Save
As Type drop-down list in the Save As dialog box.
Creating automatic backup files
You can have Excel create a duplicate copy of your file on the same disk and in the same
folder as the original every time you save. Click the File tab, click Save As, click Tools at
the bottom of the Save As dialog box, and click General Options to display the dialog box
shown in Figure 2-28. Then select the Always Create Backup check box.
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