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The Save As Command

By August 10, 2004

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Most expert Word users know that it is easier to base a new document on an old document rather than create it from scratch. Of course, by doing that you run the risk of losing the old document; this may not seem like a big deal for casual users, but most of us like to keep copies of our work for future reference. Find out how to use the Save As command to save your documents under a different filename.

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November 10, 2008 at 11:40 am
(1) Victor says:

Hi, James, would you have any light on a problem I’ve been having? Since yesterday, I cannot “Save” a new document or “Save As” any other. MSWord opens. I can make a new document or open an old document but the command to save does not work and the “Save As” command does not yield a dialogue menu where you can specify a filename. The only way I can save my work now, either a new document or an edited version of an existing document is cut and paste it onto WordPad! Can you help me please?

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