Create new documents where you want them

runs on Mac
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Whenever you open a new file, whether it's a Word DOC, an Excel XLS worksheet, or some other, the first thing you need to do is to save it somewhere, so that you've got a name for the file, and so that you can do regular saves to keep your hard work from vanishing in a puff of smoke the next time your machine decides to go south. Pain in the neck, right? You'd much rather just start working than bothering with all that housekeeping stuff.

NuFile adds an item to Finder's Context Menu (the right-click menu) that lets you create new files of the type you want in the location where you want them. Yeah, the Windows people have been doing that for a long time, but not so much on Mac. Now instead of having to dig through several layers of folder hierarchies to save that file, all you need to do is get to the folder you're working in and get started. To save even more time, you can add your own document types and templates to the menu. You'll be so productive, you just won't know what to do with all that extra time in your day.

You can download NuFile for free for your Mac. It runs under OS X.

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