How to Accept or Reject Cookies in Safari
How to Add Shading to Cells in a Numbers Spreadsheet
How to Change Images on Your iWeb Site

How to Save a Mac Snow Leopard Spreadsheet

If you’re not a huge fan of retyping data a second time, save your Mac OS X spreadsheets often (just in case of a power failure or a co-worker’s mistake). Follow these steps to save your spreadsheet to your hard drive:

  1. Press Command+S.

    If you’re saving a document that hasn’t yet been saved, the Save As sheet appears.

    In the Save As sheet you can name your new Snow Leopard spreadsheet.
    In the Save As sheet you can name your new Snow Leopard spreadsheet.
  2. Type a filename for your new spreadsheet.

  3. Click the Where pop-up menu, choose, and click Save.

    This allows you to select common locations, such as your desktop, Documents folder, or Home folder.

    Choose where to store your Mac file.
    Choose where to store your Mac file.

    If the location you want isn’t listed in the Where pop-up menu, you can also click the down-arrow button next to the Save As text box to display the full Save As dialog. Click the desired drive in the Devices list at the left of the dialog and then click folders and subfolders until you reach the desired location.

blog comments powered by Disqus
How to Align Cell Text in Snow Leopard’s Numbers Application
How to Change Song Information in iTunes
How to Add a Background Shape to a Mac Snow Leopard Pages Document
How to Print Contacts from Mac OS X Snow Leopard's Address Book
How to Choose a Number Format in Your Numbers Spreadsheet
Advertisement

Inside Dummies.com