The Differences Between Duplicate And Save As

In most apps you can choose to Duplicate the current document, or use a hidden Save As command to do something very similar. What are the differences between the two commands and what other alternatives are there?

Comments: 2 Responses to “The Differences Between Duplicate And Save As”

    John Russell
    5 months ago

    Thanks for the comprehensive look at these features. For me, Apple has gone way overboard in offering these options. As long as I have my wits, Save As works for me the first time I save, Command S saves my followups, and life goes on.

    Kerrie Redgate
    5 months ago

    Thank you so very much, Gary! I’ve learned a lot here, as usual. I was never confident that Save As wouldn’t delete my original. And the information here on the Lock and Stationary Pad is so helpful — I had misunderstood Lock (I thought it was like securely Locking a document in Notes), and had no idea what Stationary Pad was! How would we know this stuff without you!?! Many, many thanks!

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