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Topic 9, Lesson 21
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Duplicate Documents with Stationery Pad on the Mac

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Learn how to automatically create a duplicate file on the Mac just by opening it, by converting it to a Stationery Pad.

Did you know you could duplicate a document on the Mac just by opening it? This done by turning the document into a Stationery Pad. With Stationery Pads, instead of opening the document, the Mac will duplicate the document and open the duplicate. See how to duplicate documents with Stationery pads in this video for the Mac.

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