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Windows 7 : Working with Files - Create a New File

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1/26/2014 12:55:15 AM

You can quickly create a new file directly within a file folder. You normally create a new file by opening the appropriate programs, pulling down the File menu, and then choosing the New command. However, creating a new file directly within a folder is faster, and often more convenient, than running a program's New command because you do not need to open a program to create the file.

Create a New File

1 Open the folder in which you want to create the file.

2 Right-click an empty section of the folder.

3 Click New.

4 Click the type of file you want to create.

NOTE

If you click Folder, Windows 7 creates a new subfolder.

NOTE

The New menu on your system may contain more items than you see here because some programs install their own file types.

An icon for the new file appears in the folder.

5 Type the name you want to use for the new file.



6 Press .

 
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