Files are items such as letters, memos and program files that contain data.
Folders are storage areas (like drawers in a filing cabinet) that hold information.
Documents should be saved often to reduce the risk of losing your files.
Storage locations for your files and folders are identified by letters followed by a colon. Storage locations may include one or more of the following.
Save As Command; Saving a Document for the First Time
There is more than one way to save a file, options within the MS apps include:
You can click the SAVE tool from the Quick Access Toolbar.
Circular arrows that appear on the lower right corner of the Save button indicate that this document will default to save to Cloud Storage location.
If you turn AutoSave on, then your document will automatically save.
From the Save or Save As file dialog boxes, you can change the File Name and Location or choose More options.
You can also click the File Tab from the Ribbon and choose the Save As option.
From the Save As window, choose the location where you wish to save the document then either choose a folder or click Browse.
If you choose Browse, the Save As dialog box will appear.