How do i save a text document to a folder Tags: Document Desktops Windows Vista Last response: January 25, 2011 8:10 PM in Windows Vista Share cbradfield January 23, 2011 7:35:48 PM Hello, I need to make a text document in word and then save it to a folder on my desktop...how do I do that!??? More about : save text document folder hang-the-9 January 25, 2011 8:10:13 PM Nothing simpler, open Word, when you are done typing, click File > Save As, select the text format from the drop down list, and select location you want to save in. If you are only typing in text, you can also use Wordpad or Notepad, Notepad will automatically save as text. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumHow do I make folders from a text document . ForumDocument disappeared after saving from Word 2010 ForumHow to save recent documents folder in xp ForumText disappears - document was saved ForumHow To Save one Word Document in several folders a Foruminserting text files as memopad documents Forumnew text document dissapeared from explorer's right click ForumProblem Relocating Documents folder to second hard drive in Windows 7 ForumWhen I make a change and save it, the document turns to sans serif immediately. ForumText messages in dat file format ForumHow to convert Word document to PDF document ? ForumWord Document ForumAll applications running a a Notepad text document !! ForumChanging a folder 's name text colour. Forum[Solved] Vista busness 32 product key free ForumHow can i locate my stolen phone ForumHow do I remove write protection from the USB memory stick? ForumHow can you format a windows vista home edition with a windows xp 2005 ForumHow to get rid of a "Partition" on C drive.... ForumHow to fix java errors 2753 More resources Read discussions in other Windows Vista categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !