& Save As-
When you use the
Save command, you save your work under it's current file name. If you've
never saved whatever it is you're working on before, then you'll get
an opportunity to name it.
you use Save As, you get a chance to save what you're working on as
a new file.
Here's an example.
Let's say you're working on a word processing document. It's a new document
and you decide to save it. A box comes up that lets you give it a name.
Now, let's say you add something to it. If you use the Save command
again, it simply saves it with no questions asked under the existing
OK, now let's say
you make a modification to the file, but you want to keep the original
version as well. This is where you use Save As. When you use the Save
As command, it allows you to save your current file as a new file with
a new name. Now when you go to open your files, you'll find you have
both the original version and the new, Saved As version.
You didn't know
computers could be so much fun, did you??
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