From Awgar Stone:
ActiveFiler assists with the saving of documents from Microsoft Word. Instead of having to navigate to the right folder and name the document when you try to save it, ActiveFiler makes this process automatic, based on rules you set up. In other words, ActiveFiler generates a location and name for a document at the point of saving and creates all necessary folders. The benefit of this is quicker, easier, and more accurate saving.
What's new in this version: Minor enhancements.
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