New document from original/ save both versions?

  Cara2 20:49 09 Mar 2011
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An easy question I suspect - how do I do the above?

Thanks
Cara

  Cara2 20:58 09 Mar 2011

Solved!

Thanks
Cara

  Nontek 20:59 09 Mar 2011

Use 'Save as' to save the original with a slightly different name, like just putting a single digit on the save-as name.

  canarieslover 20:59 09 Mar 2011

Just select 'Save as' and give the modified document a new name. That will leave the original as it was while giving you the modified document with the new name.

  lotvic 21:09 09 Mar 2011

Method 1: Create a copy before you open document (rightclick and Copy then Paste) open and work on the copy, rename the copy with a slightly different name. Maybe just add a 1 to the end of the filename unless you want to leave it named Copy of xxxx.doc

Method 2: With document open make your changes to document and from File > choose 'Save As...' and give it a slightly different name.
You will then have 2 documents open, the original and the new one you just saved.
When closing original document do not save the changes.

  Sea Urchin 23:17 09 Mar 2011

When closing original document do not save the changes.

The "changes" will only affect the new saved as document - and the original document will ignore the changes when closing.

Certainly the case in Word

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