Question about Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full Version for PC
Are you able to inform me the difference between save & save as. This is an theoritical problem which I can not solve. Please help me.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
Save= you save the recent one on the one existing. Means, all you have changed will be applied on to the file you have had.
Save as= you can put a new name (in a new place/ folder/ directory), means you will have a new file while the old one would be still there unchanged. But if you put the same name & directory with the old one, it would be applied to the old/existing one.
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