Hi everyone. I love Pages compared to MS Word and iWork '09 has made it even better for me. At my campus I need to save my work as .doc so then I can open it up in MS Word and print it out. I print from the computer lab because I don't have a printer in my dorm room. The setup I have now is to Command-S every once and a while (since there is no auto-save) and then I save the final copy in my documents folder and then I do a Save As at the end and use Pages '09's new Save copy as Word. I then place the .doc version in my Dropbox, go down to the computer lab, go to getdropbox.com, download, and print it out (through MS Word 2007) Is there a way to automatically have Pages keep that "save copy as Word" checkbox checked by default all the time (either AppleScript, .plist edit, other way?). That way I can hit Command-S and it would be saving it as a .doc every time instead of .pages and then at the end I have to do a Save As (copy to Word) every time. I do not want to forget to do this since Word 2007 cannot obviously open Pages '09 files. So any way to save as Word by default would be appreciated. Thanks. Edit: The problem is that the "Save copy as Word" checkbox is greyed out by default and once you do save it as Word, if you hit Command-S again, it brings up the Save dialouge box and the box is greyed out again. Any way to make/force it to save in Word by default (and every time?