If I open a new document in Pages and start typing, 1.) The new document will not be autosaved. 2.) If I am done with it after typing (I don't want to save it), I have to hit the red X and click Don't Save, or else it will show up again when I open Pages (due to temporary autosave). 3.) If I want to save it, I must save it the normal way (File->Save) If I open a previously-saved document in Pages and start typing, 1.) It autosaves at a pause or every five minutes. 2.) Since it autosaves the document, I can quit Pages whenever I want, and it won't come back up when I reopen Pages, since it has been autosaved. 3.) If I want to save a "checkpoint", I click Save a Version, which adds a version of the document for me to go back to if I need to. Is all of this correct? Also, when it autosaves any updates made to an already-saved document, does it make a version as well? If so, what's the point of the Save a Version option? Lion has had a bunch of new things to learn. One of the few things that irks me about autosave is that when I quit Pages and don't want to save a document, the document pops back up when I enter Pages. If I want to discard a new document, I must now press the X and "don't save". Kind of adds an extra step.