- Creating New Documents
- Using the New Document Task Pane
- Basic Editing
- Saving Your Documents
- Saving an Existing File in Its Current Location
- Using Word's New Program and File Recovery Features
- Using AutoRecover to Recover Information from Damaged Files
- Retrieving Your Documents
- Finding the File You're Seeking
- Performing a Basic Search for Specific Text
- Switching Among Files You've Opened
Saving Your Documents
Now that you've learned the basics of editing your document, let's discuss saving itwhich you should do often.
If you have several files open at once, you can save them all at once by pressing Shift while you choose File, Save All.
The Save All option does not normally appear on the File menu, except when you press Shift, or customize Word to include it (as covered in Chapter 27, "Customizing Word").