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Saving a New WP File

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When a new file is created you must give it a filename in order to save the document. MOGO automatically saves document in Rich Text Format (RTF). The letter extension will be RTF (e.g., Welcome.RTF).

Follow these steps to save a file:

  • Click on the  Save icon.


  • Click on File
  • Click on Save
  • A window titled Save File As will open with the following information:

File Name: Enter the name of your file in the text box.

Save as type: The document type will default to RTF (Rich Text Format). All MOGO letters are RTF files.

  • Click on the arrow in the “Files of type” box to select from .TXT, .DOC, .HTML, .HTM, or .PDF formats.
  • Changing the type of file will allow you select a Microsoft Word® document.

By default, the Word Processor will default to the WP folder.

If you save a document in a folder other than under the Word Processor (WP) folder, MOGO will let you know that you may not see the document when printing a Quick Letter. The message will be as follows:

“You are saving a document outside of the MOGO Word Processor folder. By default, MOGO will display the Word Processor folder when opening documents. This document will not be in the default folder, and you will have to select it manually. Are you sure you want to do this?”

If the document is saved in a format other than RTF and it contains Merge Fields, this is the message:

“This document contains Merge Fields. You are saving this document in a format other than the default RTF format. This will result in the loss of these Merge Fields. Are you sure you want to do this?”

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