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Saving Documents Automatically

To create a backup file every time you save a document

  1. Choose - Load/Save - General.

  2. Mark \<emph\>Always create backup copy\</emph\>.

If the \<emph\>Always create backup copy\</emph\> option is selected, the old version of the file is saved to the backup directory whenever you save the current version of the file.

To save recovery information automatically every n minutes

  1. Choose - Load/Save - General.

  2. Mark \<emph\>Save AutoRecovery information every\</emph\> and select the time interval.

This command saves the information necessary to restore the current document in case of a crash. Additionally, in case of a crash LibreOffice tries automatically to save AutoRecovery information for all open documents, if possible.

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