Explore various types of Save As commands, explore options for creating a new file, where to best save a file for organization purposes.
- [Instructor] Yes, for some people,…saving a file is pretty basic.…If you've ever saved a file…and immediately lost it, however,…then perhaps there's more to saving a file…than you were originally aware of.…Yeah, maybe saving files isn't as basic as you thought.…In this movie, I cover the file saving process…which involves using the Save As dialog box.…It's the place where new files are born…and set into a folder on the PC's mass storage system.…It's the beginning of file organization.…
I'll cover how to set important options…in the Save As dialog box,…including the file name, file type, and it's location.…I'll also show you how to create new folders…during the saving process.…The Save and Save As commands traditionally roost…on the File Menu, shown here in the Notepad program.…The keyboard shortcut is Control + S.…Now until a file is first saved,…both commands Save and Save As work the same.…They summon the Save As dialog box…where you bless the file with a name, a location,…and other options with the goal of creating the file…
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- Saving files
- Searching for files
- Renaming and moving files
- Organizing folders and subfolders
- Building libraries
- Creating an archive
- Working with storage, including removable, network, and cloud storage