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I know that Ctrl + S is the shortcut to Save document.

I wonder, is there a shorcut to Save As other than the F12 key?

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If it is a new (unsaved) document, then Ctrl+S will trigger the SaveAs
dialog too because Word is unable to simply Save as it doesn't know what
name or location to save it.

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I know that Ctrl + S is the shortcut to Save document.
I wonder, is there a shorcut to Save As other than the F12 key?

Thanks.


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Thanks, Terry.

I like the F12 key, except that the keyboard drawer under my desk has the F
function keys too far back and under the desk, and I could not see them, and
the drawer cannot be extended further to the front so I could see then, so
that is why I am looking at other alternatives.

I assume that most likely there is a way that I can program the keys, but my
knowledge of Word is not deep enough for my to try that.


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If it is a new (unsaved) document, then Ctrl+S will trigger the SaveAs
dialog too because Word is unable to simply Save as it doesn't know what
name or location to save it.

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"Octavio" wrote in message
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I know that Ctrl + S is the shortcut to Save document.
I wonder, is there a shorcut to Save As other than the F12 key?

Thanks.


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Hi Octavio,

Read http://www.word.mvps.org/FAQs/Custom...roToHotkey.htm.

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Octavio wrote:
Thanks, Terry.

I like the F12 key, except that the keyboard drawer under my desk has
the F function keys too far back and under the desk, and I could not
see them, and the drawer cannot be extended further to the front so I
could see then, so that is why I am looking at other alternatives.

I assume that most likely there is a way that I can program the keys,
but my knowledge of Word is not deep enough for my to try that.


"Terry Farrell" wrote in message
...
If it is a new (unsaved) document, then Ctrl+S will trigger the
SaveAs dialog too because Word is unable to simply Save as it
doesn't know what name or location to save it.

--
Terry Farrell - MSWord MVP

"Octavio" wrote in message
...
I know that Ctrl + S is the shortcut to Save document.
I wonder, is there a shorcut to Save As other than the F12 key?

Thanks.



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