These are by far some of the most useful feature within the system bar other than the Undo feature.
The great thing about being able to access these features on the System Bar, is that you no longer have to navigate to the Main Menu in order to use them.
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Hey, guys, In today's video with True cut already works, we're gonna be looking at the system bar and a few of the options available within it. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mm mm. Mhm. Yeah. Yeah. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za Today we make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, we're back in the programme here. Now, this is gonna be a miniseries on the system bar where we're going into depth about what these features do. Then, um, yeah, in today's video is going to be real simple. We gonna be looking at the first three icons which is new, open and save. Most of you will know already what these do, but for those of you that don't, you can simply just follow along. If you already know, you can just head to the next video and carry on so otherwise, when it comes to these first three options, Um, yeah, they are quite universal throughout. Most programmes will normally find them on some form of standard too well on top here and normally these bars or the system, but in our case is for items most commonly used, so you can quickly go to them without having to first look through menus to try and find them. So now the first three is obviously the most common. So we've got new fat. Zoom in here, so if you have over the tool tip will say New, open, safe. Obviously, you can get these under the menus by navigating the right places, but this just makes it more simple. Now, if you've made changes to your actual file, let's say I'll move this around a bit of my keyboard and now without saving if I had to go new, uh, click New Okay, clearly didn't register those changes. Let's try that again. So let's make a copy of this. There we go. File. Keep going to file. Go to this little icon, click new, then we'll ask you safe changes to default, which is my files name. Then you can say no. And then when you open it again, this whole copy will not be done, or you can click save. If you click cancel. It will not open a new one. So let's say I didn't like those changes. And I know I saved last time at a good place. I just got a new say no. And then it will open a new document for us. Then if I just go back to recent. So the next up we've got open, which is the lower one. Looks like a folder that's open now. If we click that, it will pop up the basically the Explorer dialogue so you can go and navigate to the wherever you want to open your new file. You know, if you use operating systems, then you'll understand what most of these things do. But in our case, we've got here to look in so you can kind of open this. It's gonna drop down menu of your computer. Where you at what? What you can do is you can click this to go back a folder and then, um, in our case, it didn't do anything, or you can click this one to go up one level. I'm gonna go back in that and then making a new folder view menu so you can change the way everything looks where you want icons or thumbnails so forth. And then at the bottom here. You've got the file name. Now, keep in mind this is not saving. So whatever you select, it will show the file name in there and then the format, which we only have one type of format we can open, which is the R l D. Then we can also go open. It's read only. So if you wanna just look at your documents, show to someone, but make sure they don't mess with it. You can say read only and just keep in mind. You cannot save so then any changes you made, then if you reopen, it will be or would have been undone. Then you can still do not open it or you can somebody say open to open it which thou files already open and then last We've got here safe. So obviously, if you've made changes, let's say, um we've just opened this. We can see, um, how it is. So now if I make a duplicate of this, we'd save. I'll go new so we can see it's a new one. Open. Select that file. Open it and then you'll see it kept the changes you've made. So yeah, that is how you will be using the first three. So just a quick recap. First ones for new, then it's opening and then saving, all located on the system by on top. Otherwise, we had here to softwaretraining.co.za y. Guys don't notice. You've got a variety of different software to to cover. And also you can isolate your search on the top, right? If you do not, however, find what you're looking for, just go here, request a training video. Then we will make that video for you. But otherwise thanks, guys watching and cheers.