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Saving Your Work

It's always a good idea to save your work frequently, to guard against some unforeseen problem that requires you to quit an Office program prematurely or restart your Mac.

To save your work:

1.
Choose File > Save () (Figure 1.50).

Figure 1.50. Choose File > Save.


or

Click the Save button in the toolbar (Figure 1.51).

Figure 1.51. Click the Save button in the toolbar.


If this is the first time you've saved this document, or you choose File> Save As, the Save dialog box appears (Figure 1.52), giving you the opportunity to specify the location and name of the file.

Figure 1.52. Specify filename and location in the Save dialog box.


2.
In the Save dialog box, type a filename over the temporary document name in the Name text box.

3.
Make sure the location where you want the document to be stored is showing in the upper window, and click Save or press .

4.
If the document's Properties dialog box (Figure 1.53) appears, enter as much information into the text boxes as you want and then click OK. To change whether or not the Document Properties dialog box appears, choose Edit > Preferences, and under the Save tab, either check or clear the Prompt for document properties checkbox.

Figure 1.53. Fill in the Properties dialog box.



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