Auto save option changing in Microsoft Office 2003

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  I am using Microsoft Office 2003. There is an option for saving documents automatically after a certain time. Default time is two minutes. But I need to  save my document in every thirty seconds. Is this possible in Microsoft Office 2003? If yes then how? 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #80856

Auto save option changing in Microsoft Office 2003

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Hi. Since the default time is already two minutes, it is the most ideal but you can still change the autosave time to 1 minute. You can do  this by clicking the save button. When the Save window appears there is a Tool button at the button.

When you click the Tool button, choose autosave. Then you will be able to change the Autosave option. If you find that a minute is still too long, you can always use the keyboard shortcut key which is Ctrl+S after every one or two sentence that you've typed in until it becomes a habit.

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Auto save option changing in Microsoft Office 2003

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Go to "Tools" choose "Options" from the menu and in the dialog box, Click on the "Save" tab, make your changes and click ok to accept the changes and you are done.
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