Auto Save option in word 2016
Sometimes we might close the edited word document without saving it. A system crash may occur that cause us to force the document to close. Due to this, we lost the content.
MS Word has a nice feature called AUTOSAVE; It will save the content in your file directory over an interval we specified. In this tutorial, we will walk through on how to set this option in Word 2016. Let’s begin
Step-1: Open your Word 2016
Step-2: Go to File >> Option >> Save >> Save documents
Enable the box ‘Save AutoRecover information every’ and specify a duration to save the word document automatically at a specified interval
Enable the box ‘Keep the last autosaved version if I close without saving.‘. Sometimes we close the document and a pop-up ask us to save, we accidently click ‘No’. This option saves the unsaved version.
AutoRecover file location is the location where the files get saved
- Click Ok
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