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Chapter 1. Basic Word Processing > Every Conceivable Variation on Saving

1.5. Every Conceivable Variation on Saving

The first thing to do with a completed file—or even a file just underway—is, of course, to save it onto the hard drive, preserving it in case of an unforeseen system crash or accidental surge-suppressor power-switch toe-press. However, if you're still not in the habit of pressing


-S every few sentences, paragraphs, or minutes, Word's AutoRecovery feature may save your hide.


Tip:

If you have more than one Word document open at a time, hold down the Shift key as you choose File Save. The Save command becomes Save All, which saves the changes to all open documents one by one. When you hold down Shift, you'll also notice that Close becomes Close All.



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