Are you one of those who have not liked the fact that ‘Save As’ functionality is no more there in OS X Mountain Lion? And are you one of those who secretly wish it back there in this operating system? If your answer to these questions is a ‘Yes’, then we have a good news for you. This post will guide you through the complete procedure of getting the “Save As” functionality back to OS X Mountain Lion. Follow this step-by-step guide to get the task accomplished:
Step 1: System Preferences:
It is needless to explain, as you already know if you are a MAC user, that there is APPLE Menu on the top left of your screen. Choose System Preferences from that menu.
Step 2: Keyboard:
The system preferences option contains a lot of sub options; select Keyboard option and choose keyboard shortcuts.
Step 3: Application Shortcuts:
A screen is displayed with 2 lists, one on left and one on right. Choose Application Settings from the left list and then choose All Applications from the list on right.
Step 4: Add New Shortcut:
If you notice, you’ll see a ‘+’ button at the bottom of the list on right. This button allows you to add a new shortcut. In the ‘Menu Title’ write “Duplicate” to save the shortcut with this name. Specify ‘Command + Shift + Option + D’ in the Keyboard Shortcut field and press Add. Click the ‘+’ button once again to add a new shortcut with the name “Save As” and set the corresponding keystroke combination as, ‘Command + Shift + S’.
Now, the Save As menu can be seen in the file menu if that particular app supports this shortcut. This also works in all other apps that support it and are compatible.