Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Saving a Document Using Keyboard Shortcuts
Saving a Document
Saving a Document Using Keyboard Shortcuts
If you want to do a quick save to make sure Word is keeping up with you as you
type, using keyboard shortcuts is the way to go; just press a couple of keys and get on
with your typing. You can quickly save a document using any one of these keyboard
shortcuts:
Press Ctrl+S. If you haven’t yet saved the document, this opens the Save As
dialog box (Figure 1-7). If you’ve already saved it, this key combination saves
the current version of your document.
Press Alt, 1. This is the same as clicking the Save button on the Quick Access
toolbar.
Press Alt, F, S. This is the same as clicking File Save.
Press Alt, F, A. This is the same as clicking File Save As.
Using the Save As Dialog Box
However you open the Save As dialog box, here’s how to use it:
1. OpentheSaveAsdialogboxusingoneofthemethodsdescribedearlier.
The dialog box looks like the one in Figure 1-7.
Figure 1-7:
To save a file, choose
a location, give the file
a name, and then click
Save. If the dialog box
looks a little crowded
to you, then click the
lower-left Hide Folders
button to streamline it
by hiding the left-hand
navigation pane.
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