How to Put a Word Document in a Folder

You can create, edit and save documents with Microsoft Word. You can upload pictures, create presentations you can print or share with others over email. Saving your document is an important step because it ensures that you do not lose your document, and that you can edit it any time you want. Microsoft Word enables you to save your document to the folder you want so that you can keep track of it.

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Launch Microsoft Word and click "File." Click "New" to create a new document. Type your document.

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Click the "File" menu and click "Save as" to launch the file saving dialog box. Click the arrow next to the "Save in" window, and select the folder to which you want to save the file.

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Right-click the file saving dialog box if you want to create a new folder to which to save the document. Select "New" and select "Folder" to create a new folder. Name the folder. Double-click the folder to launch it.

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Type a name for your Microsoft Word document and click "Save" to save it to your folder.