Getting Started, Part VII
To save a workbook use the commands File, Save to get the dialog box that lets you name your file and specify what drive and in what folder it should be saved.
The Save as type entry at the bottom of the dialog box lets you translate your file into other formats (123, text, DBase, etc.)
To retrieve a workbook you've saved on disk use the commands File, Open . Excel displays a dialog box similar to the Open dialog described above. In this dialog you can name the file to open and specify where its location. Use Windows Explorer Tools, Find, Files or Folders to find a file whose location you've forgotten.
Click Help on the top-level menu. Select Contents and Index. On the Contents tab, select Creating, Opening, and Saving Files.