Save to Hancom Space

Saving the current document to Hancom Space allows you to open it in mobile devices or another platform.


To save a file to Hancom Space

  1. Log in to Hancom Space. For more information about how to log in or sign up, please refer to Hancom Space.
  2. Click the Hancom Space icon at the top right of the document window.

  3. Click Save to Hancom Space in the submenu list.
  4. In the Save to Hancom Space dialog box, specify a location to save the file.
  5. Type the name of the file to save in the File Name box.
  6. Click Save.

More Information

Save to Hancom Space Dialog Box

Save Location

Navigate to the desired location. You can move one level up by clicking Move Up to the Parent Folder, or create a new folder by clicking New Folder.

Files and Folders List

The following menus are provided if you right click a file or folder on the list.

File Name

Type the name of file you want to save.

File Type

Select a file type to save.

Document Password Button

Show the Change/Remove dialog box to set a password and security level so that no one can open the file without the password.

You can set a password only when saving a file with Word documents (*.doc or *.docx) or Word Templates (*.hwdt) as the File Type. You cannot set a password when saving a file in other types.

Saving Settings Button

You can set Save Options including Always Auto Save and Auto Save When Idle, as well as Save Options including Save a Copy as, Include Preview Image, and Compress and Save.

Besides, you can set Create Backup File, Set document password when saving new documents, Search for private information when saving documents with privacy protection when you run Save in New Document.

Create New Folder Dialog Box

Current Folder

Show the path where a new folder will be created.


Type the name of folder you want to create.

Rename Dialog Box

Current Name

Show the current name of folder or name of file including file type.

New Name

Type the name of folder you want to create. If you type a new file name, file type should be included.

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