Saving and reverting documents


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Saving and reverting documents

After you start working on a document, you'll notice that up here in the Document Title tab right next to the name of the title, you'll see a little asterisk, and that asterisk means that something has changed about this document. You've changed some text, you've moved something, anytime you do anything to a document, InDesign reminds you that it is not yet saved by giving you that little asterisk. So you can now save this to disk. Under the File menu, you have three different options for saving things to disk: Save, Save As, or Save a Copy. Now, Save is pretty much the same in every program.

It simply saves over the current version that's on the Desktop, or on your computer hard-drive. Save As gives you an extra option, so I want to point this out here. I'm going to go ahead and save this to my Desktop. I'm going to call it My Document, because Save As always lets you change the name of a document to whatever you want it to be, but this also gives me the optio...

Saving and reverting documents
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Saving and reverting documents provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS5 Essential Training

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Design
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InDesign
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