Why cant you just click SaveAs and save it to another location?
Which is the exact same thing you would do on and MS product.

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On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 3:15 PM, marcia <marciakmir...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Most of the acronyms that fill the page
> describing the availability of extensions
> -- no, ALL of them -- are a foreign language
> to me.
> I've been using -- gratefully -- openoffice for
> a couple of years, and what was at the start an
> inconvenience has now become a "deal breaker."
> I guess I have to go back to MS.
> The main feature missing has always been an
> extension that allows users to "save to" or "write to"
> a different disc or a flash drive. Sometimes I don't
> want to store things on my hard drive and other
> times I want to be able to bring a digital copy of
> something to a meeting.
> I hoped this reference to things like "e-book extensions"
> might in some way relate to this.  I assume what I seek
> is still not available; is there ANY plan to develop this
> capability for openoffice in the near future?
> Mkaye
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