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To save a document use the {{incode|save}} method of the document object. A new document must first be saved with the  {{incode|saveAs}} method of the document object. For a scripting example see [[Std_New|Std New]].
 
To save a document use the {{incode|save}} method of the document object. A new document must first be saved with the  {{incode|saveAs}} method of the document object. For a scripting example see [[Std_New|Std New]].

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Std Save.svg Salva

Nome nel codice
Std Save
Posizione nel menu
File → Salva
Ambiente
Tutti
Avvio veloce
Ctrl+S
Introdotto nella versione
-
Vedere anche
Salva con nome, Salva una copia, Salva tutto


Descrizione

The Std Save command saves the active document.

Utilizzo

  1. There are several ways to invoke the command:
    • Press the Std Save.svg Std Save button.
    • Select the File → Std Save.svg Save option from the menu.
    • Use the keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+S.
  2. For new documents: enter a filename in the dialog box and press the Save button.

Opzioni

  • For new documents: press Esc or the Cancel button to abort the command.

Preferenze

  • The last used file location is stored: Tools → Edit parameters... → BaseApp → Preferences → General → FileOpenSavePath.

Script

Vedere anche: Script di base per FreeCAD

To save a document use the save method of the document object. A new document must first be saved with the saveAs method of the document object. For a scripting example see Std New.