Saving a Word document for yourself or others


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Saving a Word document for yourself or others

After you create or edit a Word document, you'll want to save it. Actually, you should save a document frequently while you're working on it to avoid losing your work if the power goes out, or if you're interrupted and simply walk away and forget. You can save a document in different formats so that other users can open the document, even if they don't use Word 2010. So let's take a look at the different ways that you can save a document in Microsoft Word. The easiest way to save a document is simply to click the Save button on the Quick Access toolbar, or choose File > Save, or hold Ctrl and hit the letter S.

Any of those will open the Save As dialog box. Choose a location for your document, here at the top. If you're the only person using the document, once you've entered a File name, this is all you need to know, that a File name that Word automatically entered was the text in my very first line of my document. It will choose text until it either runs in...

Saving a Word document for yourself or others
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Saving a Word document for yourself or others provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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