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Saving, and resaving documents (Powerpoint, Word, Excel)


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I'm use to using Microsoft Office on my Windows, but I got it for the mac, and I can't figure out how to re-save an open document as a different file type, such as a 94(I think)-2003, instead of the present version. Whenever I open it, and click save, it just saves what I have document...


So, what I am saying is, I'm looking for that "Save as" option......
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Hit File>Save As... then there will be a drop down menu for you to choose from.
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Wow...thanks!

I keep forgetting that that top "options" bar exists....gah
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It's the Main Menu Bar, actually. I like my menus in words rather than symbols. Words are more difficult to misunderstand.
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I use both (icons and words) in my main menu bar although it does take up more space. However, when at home I use a 22" external display with high resolution and that gives me the real estate I need. But I agree, the words are easier to understand.

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