Saving to Your Home Directory
What you will need… Your username Your birthday expressed as       MMDDYY         For   example, July 4, 1999 would be...
After creating your document in MS Word, Publisher,etc., go to File – Save As in the top left corner.
   Name your work so you will know what it is.
You will see choices to save your work. DON’T save  to My Documents! Go Up a Level to see more  choices (yellow folder wit...
Find the choice that has your username and (H:).  This is your home directory. Double click on the  one you want.
ClickSave
How to Find Your Work LaterDouble ClickMy Computer
Double click on your home directoryto open it. Find your work.
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Saving to home_directory

  1. 1. Saving to Your Home Directory
  2. 2. What you will need… Your username Your birthday expressed as  MMDDYY  For example, July 4, 1999 would be 070499
  3. 3. After creating your document in MS Word, Publisher,etc., go to File – Save As in the top left corner.
  4. 4.  Name your work so you will know what it is.
  5. 5. You will see choices to save your work. DON’T save to My Documents! Go Up a Level to see more choices (yellow folder with an arrow).
  6. 6. Find the choice that has your username and (H:). This is your home directory. Double click on the one you want.
  7. 7. ClickSave
  8. 8. How to Find Your Work LaterDouble ClickMy Computer
  9. 9. Double click on your home directoryto open it. Find your work.

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