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Part I: Everyday Word Processing > Creating and Saving Documents

Chapter 3. Creating and Saving Documents

  • Name documents and folders

    Long file names are easier to understand, but they still must adhere to a few rules.

  • Opening documents

    Open new documents or documents based on templates and predefined documents.

  • Saving documents

    Save documents using Word or other file formats to the hard disk, intranet, or Internet.

Word processing basics begin with creating a new document, typing the text, and saving the document. You need to know how to accomplish these basic tasks before you move on to learn about the more advanced tools that Word 97 offers for working with your documents. In this chapter, you learn how to create a new document, open an existing document, and how to save your documents. You also learn how to work with more than one document at the same time.


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