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File management

  1. 1. Sheila Fredericks File Management
  2. 2. Think of your computer as if it were a file cabinet Computer C D Each file drawer is a computer drive
  3. 3. So it looks like this: C D F E Computer
  4. 4. Drive C is the hard drive you’ll use most often Inside each drive (file drawer) are folders
  5. 5. So…Drive C might look something like this: (It just means that there are lots of folders in Drive C). C=
  6. 6. That document you’re working on is also called a file: This is my document. It is also called a file.
  7. 7. So how do I save my document? File
  8. 8. But WAIT! What are “libraries?” Libraries are shortcuts that Microsoft created to make it easier to find the most used folders.
  9. 9. They are actually located in Drive C Every user has a folder. Within that folder are the “libraries.” But they’re actually just folders
  10. 10. To save a Word document file in your “My Documents” folder  Click on the Office button  Click on Save As  Click on Documents  Type in a new name for your document  Click on the Save button
  11. 11. BUT WAIT! I want to save on my flash drive instead!  Click on the Office button  Click on Save As  Scroll down to Computer  Click on your flash drive (the drive letter may be different and may not say flash drive)  Type in the new document name  Click on the Save
  12. 12. That’s all there is to file management!

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