Apple's introduction of Auto Save and Versions in OS X Lion was one of the more controversial modifications made to the operating system, partially because as part of the changes Apple removed with the age-old Save As command and replaced it with an unfamiliar "Duplicate" option. While applications such as Office that include their own document-handling routines maintained the Save As option, those that rely on Apple's central document-handling libraries lost this function.
The inconsistency of the Save As and Duplicate features between programs confused and disappointed a number of OS X Lion users. Even though people could set up custom keyboard shortcuts to use the Duplicate feature in ways that were similar to Save As, this still required people to somewhat relearn their approach to using Save As.
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