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Saving a Document

By now, you probably have heard the lecture advising you to save your document frequently. Saving your work stores the work as a file on disk. Until you save, your work exists only in your computer's memory. Thus, if the electricity goes off, even for a very short time, everything in your computer's memory is lost—including your work.

Saving frequently also reduces the time required for Word to store your work on disk. In effect, you save time by saving often.


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