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Show Me the Way: navigating essentials > STEAL A FILE'S NAME, THEN SAVE RIGHT O...

STEAL A FILE'S NAME, THEN SAVE RIGHT OVER IT

If you're saving a file, you can use the name of an existing file by just clicking on it in the Save dialog navigation window. Even if the file is grayed out, you can still click on it, and when you do, its name appears as your new file name at the top of the Save dialog. This is a huge time-saver. When you click Save, it will ask you if you want to replace it with the file you're saving. However, if you're saving a different version of a file and all you want to do is add a version number (like “Brochure Inside Cover 2”), you'd just click on the existing file named “Brochure Inside Cover” in the Save dialog, and once the name appears as your new file name, just type a 2.


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