Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Saving Files with the Save As Dialog Box
You can take advantage of the simplicity of the Save procedure. Whenever you’re about to
take a break, press Ctrl+S as you start to roll your chair away from your desk. Or, when your
phone rings, click the Save button as you reach for the receiver. Saving your work regularly
helps you avoid major data loss headaches when you least expect them (because, as
everyone knows, system crashes or disasters usually strike at the most inopportune times).
troubleshooting
Pressing Shift and clicking the File tab doesn’t change the Save and Close
commands to Save All and Close All.
In earlier versions of Word, you can press Shift while opening the File menu, and the
Save and Close commands would change to Save All and Close All. This capability isn’t
included in Word 2010. However, it is easily resolved by adding the Save All and Close
All commands to your Quick Access Toolbar (using the More Commands option).
Saving Files with the Save As Dialog Box
The Save As dialog box appears whenever you save a new document or when you choose
Save As in Backstage view or press F12. This makes it possible for you to save an existing
document as a new file or in another location.
Figure 3-14 shows the Save As dialog box in Windows 7. Note that you can add tags and
author names as well as save a thumbnail with the file.
Figure 3-14 You can use the Save As dialog box to add tags and authors to the documents
you save.
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