Saves the current document in a different location, or with a different file name or file type.
The following sections describe the LibreOffice Save as dialog. To activate the LibreOffice Open and Save dialog boxes, choose LibreOffice - PreferencesTools - Options - LibreOffice- General, and then select the Use LibreOffice dialogs in the Open/Save dialogs area.
To save a document as a template, use the command File - Templates - Save As Template.
Connect To Server
Opens a dialog where you can set up connection to various types of servers, including WebDAV, FTP, SSH, Windows Share and CMIS.
Up One Level
Move up one folder in the folder hierarchy. Long-click to see the higher level folders.
Create New Folder
Creates a new folder.
Displays "favourite" places, i.e. shortcuts to local or remote locations.
Displays the files and folders in the folder that you are in.
Enter a file name or a path for the file. You can also enter a URL
Select the file format for the document that you are saving. In the display area, only the documents with this file type are displayed. File types are described in Information on Import and Export Filters.
Always save your document in a LibreOffice file type before saving it to an external file type. When you export to an external file type, some formatting features may be lost.
Saves the file.
Save with password
Protects the file with a password that must be entered before a user can open the file.
Only documents using the LibreOffice XML-based format can be saved with a password.
Edit filter settings
Allows you to set the spreadsheet saving options for some types of data files.
Exports only the selected graphic objects in LibreOffice Draw and Impress to another format. If this box is not checked, the entire document is exported.
If you are exporting to any document file type, the entire document is exported.