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How to open and save files

How to open and save files: Computer Literacy for Windows 10
How to open and save files: Computer Literacy for Windows 10

Just about any time you work with an application in which you are creating, editing, or otherwise modifying some kind of content, you’ll be producing and saving your work as files. For example, when you type up a report in a word processor, the report is saved as an individual file, which you can then reopen in the application to continue working on it. Or if you’re editing a video you shot of a grade school recital, you’re saving that video project as a file too. This video explains the importance of understanding the basic concepts involved in opening and saving files.

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