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Annoying Appleworks filing


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Im constantly annoyed by the way Appleworks says it is going to file a document and the way it files it.

For example: I open document A, I do this-and-that to it and then go to file it, Appleworks then files it in the place that I last filed some other document , not the place from which I got document A. I have to consciously look every time to make sure the document is not being filed back in some other area.

Can anyone please tell me what Im doing wrong, or how to stop this happening.
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i don't have appleworks but are you telling it to save or save as? Have you tried seein what you can do in preferences? You do mean appleworks and not iwork right?
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