Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Opening and Closing Files
5. Open or save the file.
Book I
Chapter 1
At last, the moment of truth:
Open the file: Select the filename and click the Open button (or
double-click the filename).
Save the file: Enter a descriptive name for the file and click the Save
button.
Opening and Closing Files
To get to work on a file, you have to open it first. And, of course, you close a
file when you’re finished working on it and want to stop and smell the roses.
Opening a file
Follow these steps to open a file:
1. On the File tab, choose Open (or press Ctrl+O).
You see the Open window. It lists files you recently opened (and files
you pinned to the Recent list).
2. If the name of the file you want to open is on the Recent list, click the
name to open the file.
If the name isn’t on the list, go to Step 3.
3. Click the location — Computer, SkyDrive, a network folder — where
the file is located.
Click Computer if the file is located on your computer. The Open
window shows the following (see Figure 1-10):
Current Folder. The folder where the file you opened most recently is
stored.
Recent Folders . Folders where files you opened recently are stored.
4. Click the folder where the file you want to open is stored; if the folder
isn’t listed in the Open window, click the Browse button and select
the folder in the Open dialog box.
The Open dialog box appears.
5. Select the file.
6. Click the Open button.
Your file opens. You can also double-click a filename in the Open dialog
box to open a file.
The fastest way to open a file is to locate it in Windows Explorer (Windows 7
and Windows Vista) or File Explorer (Windows 8) and double-click its name.
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