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Saving Documents

As you are typing a new document, it exists only in your computer's memory. When soon as you turn off your computer, memory is wiped clean and everything in it is lost. For this reason, you need to save your documents to a permanent storage medium, such as your hard disk, a removable disk such as a floppy disk or a Zip disk, or a network drive (if you're on a network).

Saving a Document for the First Time

Before you save a document for the first time, Word assigns it a temporary name, such as Document1, and if you create another document before closing the first one, Word names the second one Document2 and so on.


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