Microsoft Word 10

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I am having a hard time finding my files after I save them as PFD files. What is the easiest way to find my files?

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  • TomLiotta
    It might depend on how the 'Save' was done. However, from time to time I have saved documents or files through a program that uses a 'default' Save location and I didn't know where the location was. Usually, it's possible to set an option in the program to choose the default location that the program will use. One problem with that is that different programs have different ways to set that location. . So, what I often do is simply to select 'Save as...' instead of 'Save', and the 'Save as...' dialog opens. I might just use a fake document in order to get the function running. While the dialog is open, I can pull down the 'Save in:' field at the top, and the complete tree shows where that program is saving things at that time. . I don't have Word 10, so I don't have it's options currently available. But maybe a generic method like mine can be useful. . Of course, you can always use the system's search function. Search for [ *.pdf ]. For many users, the list that would come up could be large enough to be confusing. That file extension can be used by many programs. . Tom
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