Saving a Document
You save documents and files so that you can open them later to print, edit, copy, and so on. The first time you save a file, you must assign that file a name and folder (or location). You save documents pretty much the same way in all Windows programs; this task shows you how to save a document in WordPad.
With an unsaved file open, click File, Save As in the program.
In the File name text box, type a descriptive filename, replacing the generic name.
Click the Save button. The document is saved.