File > Save As Dialog Box

Save in - Displays the current folder where the workbook will be saved. To change to a different folder or disk drive, open the Save in drop-down list and select the name of the folder or letter of the disk drive.
File name - The name of the file you want to use to save this workbook
Save as type - Provides a list of all the different formats you can save an Excel workbook as.
Save - Saves a permanent copy of the workbook in the selected folder, using the filename you typed.
Cancel - Closes the dialog box


Back - Displays the contents of the previous file/folder list.
Up One Level - Displays the contents of the folder or drive that holds the currently displayed folder. For example, if you open the My Documents folder on drive C and then click the Up One Level button, you open your username folder (where username is the name you enter to log in to Windows).
Search the Web - Displays a screen that helps you track down a particular Web site.
Delete - Removes the currently selected file or folder and places it in the Windows Recycle Bin.
Create New Folder - Creates a new, empty folder on the currently selected drive or in the currently opened folder. For example, if My Documents is selected, click Create New Folder to make a folder inside the My Documents folder. When you click Create New Folder, the Create New Folder dialog box appears, asking you to type a name for the folder. Type a name that's unique and descriptive—but brief—and click OK.
View - Displays a list of available ways the Save As dialog box can display the contents of the currently selected disk drive or folder: Thumbnails (small pictures of the first page of each file), Tiles (large icons that represent folders and file types), Icons (small icons that represent folders and file types), List (filenames), Details (filenames, sizes, and dates), Properties (filenames and information), Preview (filenames with a preview of the currently selected file), or Arrange Icons (by name, file type, or date).


Navigation Bar

This is displayed on the left and displays commonly accessed locations:
History -
My Documents -
Desktop -
Favourites -
My Network Places - shared drives and folders on your network.


Tools drop-down menu

Delete -
Rename -
Print -
Add to "My Places" -
Map Network Drive -
Properties -
Save Options -
Security Options -
Web Options
Compress Pictures -


Save Options Dialog Box

PowerPoint does offer a feature that allows you to automatically saves a copy of your presentation whenever it is saved.

All of these options are identical to those that can be found on the (Tools > Options)


Security Options Dialog Box

All of these options are identical to those that can be found on the (Tools > Options)


Important

If you resize this dialog box then the new size will always be displayed.


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