Saving a Document
As you work, Turner automatically saves your document to a default location and with a default name. You can choose a new name for your document and save it to another location.
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|Saving your document for the first time||Saving a Document for the First Time|
|Saving a copy of a document with a new name or location||Saving a Copy of a Document|
|Undoing changes you don’t want to save||Undoing Changes|
Saving a Document for the First Time
When you save your document for the first time, you choose a name and location for your document. After you save your document for the first time, you can press Command‑S to save it as you work.
Choose File > Save, or press Command‑S.
In the Save As field, enter a name for your document.
Use the Where pop‑up menu to choose where you want to save your document. Click the disclosure triangle to the right of the Save As field to view more options.
Saving a Copy of a Document
If you want to make a copy of your document (to create a backup copy or multiple versions, for example) you can save the document using a different name or in another location.
Hold down the Option key, and then choose File > Save As. You can also press Command-Option-Shift‑S.
In the Save As field, enter a name for the copy of your document.
Use the Where pop‑up menu to choose where you want to save the copy. Click the disclosure triangle to the right of the Save As field to view more options.
The original copy of your document is closed, and the new copy is open. To work with the original copy, choose File > Open Recent, and then choose the original copy from the submenu.
You can undo changes you make to your document if you don’t want to save them. To undo a change, choose Edit > Undo or press Command‑Z. To redo a change you’ve undone, choose Edit > Redo or press Command-Shift‑Z.