Save As

The Save As command allows you to save a new file or create a copy of the current file.

To save a new file or create a copy of the current file:

1.Execute the Save command in one of the following ways:

On the File menu, click Save As.

On the Toolbar, select the File section and click the arrow to the right of the t_file_save Save button. In the drop-down list, select Save as.

Press F12 (in Microsoft Windows OS) or Ctrl+Shift+S (in Linux OS).

2.In the Save as window, select a folder to save the file to, specify the name and file format, and click Save.

When you create a copy, the copy of the file becomes the document that you will be working on.

Save

It is recommended to save the changes in the document you are working on from time to time to avoid data loss in case of power loss or other system failure.

To save the changes in the document you are working on, do one of the following:

On the File menu, click Save.

On the Toolbar, select the File section and click the arrow to the right of the t_file_save Save button. In the drop-down list, select Save.

Press Ctrl+S.

Auto save and restore a file

A document is saved automatically every 10 minutes after it has been saved once in the manual mode.

If your work with the computer or application ends abnormally and then you open the document, the application automatically restores the data that was contained in the document at the time of its last auto-save.

The restored document must be saved manually. To do this:

1.Click OK in the dialog box with the following message: “This is a recovered version of the document. You need to save it manually.

2.Save the recovered document using the Save As command as described above.

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