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How to change the default save location and local files folder in word 2013

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CS110 Assignment: <a> Zaman University Phnom Penh Cambodia </a>

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How to change the default save location and local files folder in word 2013

  1. 1. P H O U Y C H I I N S T R U C T O R : Z U L F I E R K E N C O M P U T E R S C I E N C E 1 1 0 Z A M A N U N I V E R S I T Y Lab Activity
  2. 2. When you first install Word, the default location for saving files is OneDrive. If you would rather save documents on your computer, you can easily change that, although Word also sets a default folder on you computer for saving files, which is normally “My Document”. Lab Activity
  3. 3.  There are 7 steps in order to change the default save location and local files folder to word 2013 Lab Activity
  4. 4.  To change the default location for saving files, click the “File” tab. Lab Activity
  5. 5.  On the backstage screen, click “Option” in the list of items on the left Lab Activity
  6. 6.  On the “Word Options” dialog box, click “Save” in the list of items on the left. Lab Activity
  7. 7.  To choose to save files to your computer by default rather than OneDrive, click the “Save to Computer by default” check box so there is a check mark in the box. Lab Activity
  8. 8.  To change the default local file location to which files will be saved, click “Browse” to the right of the “Default local file location” edit box. Lab Activity
  9. 9.  On the “Modify Location” dialog box, navigate to your desired default local file location and click “OK”. Lab Activity
  10. 10.  The path to your desired local file location is entered into the “Default local file location” edit box. Click “OK” to accept the change and close the “Word Option” dialog box. Lab Activity

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