Toshiba 14.1 TFT XGA LCD MODULE - TECRA S1 (V00002008006) PC Notebook

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Learning the Basics

Saving your work

101

Saving your work

Before you turn off the computer, save your work on the hard disk drive or a diskette. This is one of the most important aspects of computing.

TECHNICAL NOTE: Save your data even when you are using the Standby command, in case the main battery discharges before you return to work.

Saving documents is quick and easy, so it is a good idea to get in the habit of saving frequently.

Many programs offer a feature that saves documents at regular intervals. Check your program’s documentation to see if it has an automatic save feature.

Saving files

1

On the

File

menu of your Windows

®

program, click

Save

.

If you are working with a document that already has a file name, that’s all there is to it. If you created a new document, your program displays a Save As dialog box.

Use this dialog box to specify where to store the document and to give it a file name.

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Learning the Basics

Saving your work

A sample Save As dialog box

2

Choose the drive and folder where you want your file to be stored.

3

Type a file name, then click

Save

.

HINT: To make another copy of the file you are currently working with, choose Save As from the File menu and give the new file a different name.

The Windows

®

XP operating system supports file names of up to 255 characters; the names can include spaces. Some applications still require MS-DOS

®

file names.

File names

If you plan to share your files with a computer using a pre-

Windows

®

95 version of the Windows

®

operating system, the file name must be no more than eight characters long.

Typically the file name also has an extension, consisting of a period and up to three additional characters.

You may use all the letters and numbers on the keyboard plus these characters: _,^,$,~,!,#,%,&,{,},(,),@ and ‘. MS-DOS

® file names are not case-sensitive and must not contain spaces.

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