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only the current document, not all documents. The advantage to this is that other users can see the document exactly as intended, even if they don't have the fonts. The disadvantage is that this tends to increase the size of documents significantly. Since Word makes a pretty good representation of a document even without the correct fonts, the increase in file size is only a good tradeoff when using really uncommon fonts. 6. Save data only for forms . When this is enabled, only the actual data entered within a form field is saved, not the fields themselves. The document is saved as a text file. Fields in the document are delimited by commas. This is particu- larly useful when saving data that may be incorporated into a database or other program. 7. Allow background saves. With this option enabled, you can continue working in Word after issuing a Save command without waiting for the save to finish. Word usually handles this pretty well and I'd only recommend turning this option on if you find that working while saving is too slow or causes problems. 8. Save AutoRecover info every: . . . minutes . Use this option to have Word automatically save the AutoRecover information for open documents every specified number of minutes. Note that this does not mean that changes are being committed to the actual .doc file, just to the temporary AutoRecover file. Close a document without saving changes and all changes since the last Save command are discarded. For more information on how Word handles files, see Chapter 2. 9. Save Word files as . By default, Word saves all documents as Word 2000 docu-