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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
...build a snowman
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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banned#1
google is your friend....
#3
I think that's the only option there is now it would seem. Not all updates are for the better eh.
#4
from a quick search, answer seems to be no =/
#5
Create a Macro? Linky

There are a couple of drawbacks to these macros. First of all, there is no way to undo what is saved. With the regular Word AutoSave, you can always close a document without saving any modifications. The second drawback is that these macros will save whichever document is currently active--including one you might not have intended to save. Finally, if you save these macros as part of a template, then when you open a document using that template, ten minutes later a Save As dialog box will appear since your new document is not yet named.
#6
sorry dude, another reason im glad to still be using 2003
banned#7
autorecover is the same as autosave!

Word

[LIST=1]
[*]Click the Microsoft Office Buttonhttp://office.microsoft.com/global/images/default.aspx?AssetID=ZA100771021033, and then click Word Options.
[*]Click Save.
[*]Select the Save AutoRecover information every x minutes check box.
[*]In the minutes list, specify how often you want the program to save your data and the program state. Tip The amount of new information that the recovered file contains depends on how frequently a Microsoft Office program saves the recovery file. For example, if the recovery file is saved only every 15 minutes, your recovered file won't contain your last 14 minutes of work before the power failure or other problem occurred.
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#8
Please don't post about autorecover as that is different.



csiman
autorecover is the same as autosave!

Word

[LIST=1]
[*]Click the Microsoft Office Buttonhttp://office.microsoft.com/global/images/default.aspx?AssetID=ZA100771021033, and then click Word Options.
[*]Click Save.
[*]Select the Save AutoRecover information every x minutes check box.
[*]In the minutes list, specify how often you want the program to save your data and the program state. Tip The amount of new information that the recovered file contains depends on how frequently a Microsoft Office program saves the recovery file. For example, if the recovery file is saved only every 15 minutes, your recovered file won't contain your last 14 minutes of work before the power failure or other problem occurred.
[/LIST]
#9
dcx_badass
Yeah I think I'm gonna switch back at the weekend.


i just never really liked 2007, i tried the beta but that was it. Although citations/referencing is easier in 2007
#10
Autorecover is the same thing - just navigate to whatever folder you have told it to save into every x minutes.
#11
Get this then, it will prompt you to save your work.

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