This command has two purposes. First, as in many computer programs, the Save As command offers you a chance to create a duplicate of the document you’re working on, with a different name, and—if you wish—in a different folder or on a different disk. (When you choose the command, Finale displays a dialog box and asks you to give the document a new name, which can’t be exactly the same as the current document’s in the same folder.)
This command’s second purpose is to let you save the current document as another kind of document—namely, a Finale Template File or a standard MIDI File. After choosing Save As, select the file format you want to use, give the new file a name, and click Save.
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