At 02:35 AM 03/02/2004 -0600, you wrote:
>At 01:39 AM 3/2/04 -0500, you wrote:
> >Hi Clueless,
> >I should have added that you can invoke "Save as" another way by
> >right-clicking on the file's tab.
> >Ray Shapp
>I only use "Save as" when I want another copy of the file in a different
>location from the original or under another name. If you use "Save as" on
>a new unsave file, I guess it is ok but if you forget and use it on a
>previously saved file, you can end up with a bunch of copies of the same
>file and lose track of some of them. The original is not overwritten or
>deleted unless you happen to select it in the "Save as" dialog or you
>manually delete it.
That's SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) for every Windows program that I
am aware of - Mac and Linux, too. In fact, I know of none that don't do it