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Creating a new folder when saving a file.

In Category: Windows NT 4.0

You may want to save a file into a folder that doesn’t exist. There is a way to do this without creating a new folder, going back into the application and clicking save again. You can create a new folder directly from the Save As screen. To do this:

* From the Save As screen of an application, right-click in the dialog box.
* Select New and click Folder.
* Name the folder and open it.
* Now, just save the file into your new folder.

 
 

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