which you simply type in.
The XP file naming system can be a "normal" filename,
so it's best to name a file as precisely as possible to recognize
it by name. The system appends the application extension (i.e. .doc
MS Word or .xls MS Excel) automatically.
- When the file is named direct it to the drive and folder where
it will be saved for future access.
Technically, you can save a file to different locations and under
different file names. Every time you do so, however, you are taking
up valuable storage space. Be judicious when saving files and it
will spare you headaches in the long run.
- Teachers and students each have their own personal storage
space on the network. The "drives" are the storage
locations on a network, and "H" drive is the home
directory for each user. Save something in this folder if
you wish no one else to have access to it.
- Students and teachers also have the option of saving to a
Shared folder on the network called the "S" drive.
A file in this directory is "public domain."
Students can not access the Teachers Common directory,
but Teachers can access both Student Individual Directories and
Student Common directory (see below, "What Are the Teacher