Currently Being ModeratedJan 9, 2013 9:16 PM (in response to PeterApple712)
If you are talking about Pages on a MacBook Pro, you have every option where to save. Documents is the default folder, but you can nanvigate in the Save box. Left hand side is a list of folders to choose. At the top is Save as where you can name the file. Just below that is a drop down (probably labelled Documents with an up and a down triangle) Click on that to choose a subfolder or a favourite.
I find it easiest to have my own folder on the desktop. Subfolders within that. With my folder open and in Finder, File Menu > New Folder. Total control over my fiiling system!
Currently Being ModeratedJan 9, 2013 11:26 PM (in response to Yellowbox)
P.S. If your Save box shows only Save As: Untitled and Where: Documents, you can click on the down triangle to the right of Untitled (or whatever name) to expand the box for more options.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 9, 2013 11:31 PM (in response to PeterApple712)
At any point you can add a folder when saving by either using the keyboard shortcut command shift n or clicking on the New Folder button in the bottom left corner of your save dialog box.
If you don't see these choices click on the down pointing triangle next to destination bar in the Save dialog and it will expand to show you all the options.
btw This applies everywhere in OSX just as it did in a different method in Windows, not just Word on your PC.