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Saving Memo Files

Memo files remain in volatile memory until you save them, so if you are creating a quick Memo record, it's worth taking time to save it before you dash off to do the next item on your agenda.

When you first try to save a Memo file (by pressing (F10)), the dialog box which appears offers you a blank spot to write in a file name. There's even a blinking cursor, making you think that typing in a name is the first thing to do. However, this may not be advisable if you need to change directories.

If you know exactly the name of the directory or subdirectory where you want to save you file, you can enter the path name on the Save File As line. On the other hand, if you don't know what you called the subdirectory where your file should be stored, find out. First tab to Directories (or press (Alt)+(D)), and arrow down to the directory or subdirectory where you want to store your file. Notice that, suddenly, the new path name appears in the Save File As line above, erasing whatever name you might have put on that line. Once you get to the right place, and press (ENTER), then tab up to the Save File As line (or press (Alt)+(A)), and type in the name of the file at the cursor.

Because I am using Memo quite a bit, using Filer I created a directory called "A_MEMO" for storing all my Memo files on my A: drive. This saves time in saving my Memo creations and transferring them to my PC for editing and laser printing.

Carol de Giere, Associate Editor carol_degiere@thaddeus.com

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