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Saving Files in Microsoft Office


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Hey everyone! I have Microsoft Office 2004, and one thing I cannot do is save in a specific location. The program allows me to only save in general locations such as Documents, Pictures, Movies, etc. Is there a way to save files directly into specific folders? Help please.
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File>Save As

In the Save as screen, where it asks for the name you'd like to call the file, there is a triangle. If you click the triangle, it will be a "mini-finder"
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OH MY GOSH!! I never saw that! Thanks you very much! :biohazard
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When I do it, there's always a little tab (to the right) next to where I write in my title that I want the document saved under; clicking that brings down a little (big?) drop box where I can scroll between a folder tree.....or you can "save as".

edit: I think I'm a little late
edit 2: I guess I just repeated what was said above :-( I failed...
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