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Part 1: Professional Tools for Professional Documents
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Whenever you create and edit documents, you need to save your work an obvious statement, but one well worth emphasizing. You should save your work as frequently as possible, not just when you re closing a document. In this section, we ll take a quick look at techniques that make saving documents as seamless as possible.
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Saving your document in the same location with the same name is easy. Simply follow any of these procedures:
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Choose File, Save. Click the Save button on the Standard toolbar. Press Ctrl+S. Press Shift+F12. Press Alt+Shift+F2. Save, save, save Take advantage of the simplicity of the save procedure. Whenever you re about to take a break, press Ctrl+S as you start to roll your chair away from your desk. When your phone rings, click the Save button as you reach for the receiver. Saving your work periodically helps you avoid major data loss headaches when you least expect them (because, as everyone knows, system crashes or disasters usually strike at the most inopportune times).
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Word states that my document is too large to save Documents that are too large to save can be divided into smaller parts. You can cut and paste parts of the document into new documents, and then save each part individually. To print all the files in sequence, you can use INCLUDETEXT fields to associate and connect the files (see 3, Printing with Precision ). Another option would be to divide your document into a master document with subdocuments, as described in 20, Cre ating and Controlling Master Documents.
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Saving All Open Documents Simultaneously
When you want to shut down in a hurry but multiple documents are open, you can save all open documents at the same time. To do so, press Shift, and then choose File, Save All. Word saves all the open documents and templates at the same time. If you have open documents that have never been saved, the Save As dialog box appears so that you can name any newly created files. 74
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Mastering Document Fundamentals Tip You can close all documents without saving them by pressing Shift and choosing File, Close All.
Saving Files by Using the Save As Dialog Box
The Save As dialog box appears every time you save a new document or opt to save an existing document as a new file or in a new location by choosing File, Save As (or by pressing F12). Figure 2-30 shows the latest incarnation of the Save As dialog box, which is similar to the Save As dialog box in Word 2002, except for a slight modification to the buttons on the default My Places Bar in the leftmost area of the dialog box.
Figure 2-30. The Save As dialog box provides all the options you need to specify how and where to save new and existing documents.
To save a new document using the Save As dialog box or to save an existing document with new parameters (including a new location, a new file type, or a new file name), follow these steps:
1 Choose File, Save As, or press F12. (Or, if you re saving a newly created document for
the first time, click the Save button on the Standard toolbar.)
2 Navigate to the folder in which you want to save the current document (the save location
appears in the Save In text box), type a file name in the File Name box, and then select the file type in the Save As Type list box. The Word Document file type appears by default, and Word saves documents with the .doc extension. You can, however, save Word documents using a variety of file types, which can come in especially handy if you re saving a file for someone who is using an application other than Word or if you re creating Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) or XML documents. (Table 2-10 lists the file formats available in the Save As dialog box.)
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