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Pages, the word processor for Mac developed by Apple. In this series of tutorials we see together to take the first steps to become experts! Part 19: Automatically save a backup version of a document
Whenever you save a document, you can automatically keep a copy of the last saved version. In this way, if you change your mind about any changes made, you can go back (restore) to the backup version of the document.
The best way to create different backup versions depending on the version of Mac OS X you are running. Mac OS X v10.7 (Lion) and later automatically save a snapshot of the document each time you save. You can access an archive of all previous saved versions at any time. P
If you are using Mac OS X v10.6.x (Snow Leopard) or earlier versions, you can set Pages to automatically create a copy of the last saved version of the document. This could be useful if you are using Mac OS X v10.7 (Lion) and want to save a backup version of the document to another hard drive on the network.
To create an archive of previously saved versions of the document on MacOS X v10.7 (Lion) or later:
- Choose File> Save a Version or Press Command-S.
To create a copy of the last saved version of the document:
Choose Pages> Preferences, click General, then select the option "Make a backup of the previous version when you save"
The next time the document is saved, a backup version will be created in the same location, with the name of the document preceded by the indication Backup of. Only for one version the last saved version is made a backup copy. Every time you save the document, the old backup document will be replaced by the new one.
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