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Save documents to subfolder in OSX Yosemite

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How to save documents to subfolder in OSX Yosemite

Created Documents/Subfolder1/Subfolder2

Created Numbers 3.5 Spreadsheet

Selected File/Export To/PDF ...

Selected Next...

Only sensible option is Documents, up/down triangles do not find Subfolder2

How to I Export To [or Save As] Subfolder2?
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Question by:MARSPATH
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by:serialband
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How did you create the Subfolders?
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Finder...Go...Documents...New Folder...(name)...New Folder...(name)

Documents
   Grace Episcopal Church
       OSX ROTA
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Oh, I see.  It's an OSX interface problem.  I generally don't edit and save stuff, or just keep them in the same folder.

You could drag the folder into your Finder Favorites sidebar and it should show up as a folder selection to choose from. http://support.apple.com/kb/PH14095
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OK., just used to many years of Windows where subfolders  never an issue
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