Office hacks: Use WPS 2019 filename tags well

WPS 2019 File window can open several different categories of file tabs at the same time. Don’t underestimate these simple tabs, in fact, we can use them to easily accomplish many tasks that are usually achieved through other means.

1. Back up your documents on the web with one click without fear of losing them

Right-click on a file tab and select “Save to WPS Cloud” from the pop-up menu to save the current document to the WPS Cloud. You can also create a new folder, rename a file, or change the file’s save type (Figure 1).


Tip: Saving documents to WPS Cloud requires that you first log in to WPS 2019 with a network account.

2. Format conversion for maximum document compatibility

Right-click the File tab and select “Save As” to convert the format of the current document. From here, the destination of the saved file can be either cloud or local, and the type of save as item available will be different depending on the category of the document in which the tab is located (Figure 2).


3. no path where the document can quickly know

As WPS2019 open the file tab does not show the path to the document, so if you want to know where the file is saved, you have to search or save to locate. In fact, it is not so complicated, just right-click the file tab, select “Open Location” to automatically open the file in the folder and locate the file (Figure 3).


4. Document Copyright Modify and customize as you like

By selecting “Properties” in the document tab right-click menu, and then under the “Summary” tab, you can fill in or modify copyright information such as author, manager, and organization.

In addition, in the “Customize” tab, you can modify or delete more copyright information items or add new ones (Figure 4).


5. Rename files without exiting editing

In the past, if we want to rename a file we are editing, we need to save it and rename it again or rename it when we save it as. Now you can change the name of the current file by simply right-clicking on the file tab and selecting “Rename” (Figure 5). In this way, clicking the Save as icon will save the file directly under the renamed name.


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