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Creating a New Folder

Finding, saving, and opening documents are easier if you group related files into folders. For example, you might want to create a folder for all your word processing documents. Creating a folder enables you to keep your documents separated from the program's files so that you can easily find your document files.

You can create a folder within any of the existing folders on your computer. Follow these steps:

  1. Open the folder in which you want to create the new folder.
  2. Click Organize and then New Folder (see Figure 3.6).
    Figure 3.6

    Figure 3.6 You can create additional folders to store your files.

  3. The new folder appears in the window, and the name is highlighted. Type a new name and press Enter. The folder is added.
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