These tasks show you how to save
some or all of the documents you opened and how to control their names
and locations. In addition to this, the Save All command lets
you save very easily all modified or read-only documents.
Select File >
If all the documents modified in
the session can be saved without further interaction, a warning
window appears to indicate the number of documents to be saved
and prompts you to confirm or not the save:
Click Yes to
save automatically all the documents or the No button
to cancel the command.
If all the documents
cannot be saved, the following dialog box appears when some of
the documents are new or read-only:
If you did not make any changes to any of the
documents you want to save or if these documents are read-only
files, this dialog box do not appear.
Click OK to open the Save
All dialog box:
Click Save As... to specify a name for each
read-only or new document.
The number of unsaved files is indicated at the bottom of the
dialog box and a preview is displayed on the right.
Click OK to confirm.
symbolic links exist between files, for example if a .CATDrawing
document has been created from a Part document, the names of each of
these files also appear and the files are saved if the Part document is
saved. However, if you want to be able to save all files independently
regardless of any existing links between files, select the Enable
independent saves check box at the bottom of the dialog box.
Note: Clicking Save As... is
mandatory if you want to save your document under