Instructions on saving a document from Microsoft Word to a USB Flash Drive
Below are the instructions on saving a Microsoft word document using Windows Vista based Operating system and Microsoft Word 2007 to a USB Flash Drive In order for these instructions to be effective you must have access to a USB Flash Drive. A USB flash drive is a flash data storage unit integrated with a USB (universal serial bus) connector. USB flash drives are typically removable and rewriteable.
Step 1 Create your document using Microsoft Word.
Step 6 You need to ensure that the USB Flash drive is plugged into a USB (universal serial bus) connector on your computer. Scroll down until you see the name of you USB Flash drive i.e. Kingston.
Below is a picture of what a USB flash drive looks like. These range from 1 gigabyte to 32 gigabyte storage space. These not only hold word documents, but you can save anything to these music, pictures and drivers ECT. These gadgets are really handy and Compact for easy mobility.
This concludes my instructions on how to save a Microsoft Word 2007 document to a USB Flash drive. I hope you found this information helpful and will save it for further reference. If you need further assistance on this process, refer to the user manual that came with your machine.
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