It’s great to be creative while you’re designing an annual report or sales brochure. But when it’s time to name and save files, control your imagination. Both Windows and Macintosh computers, as well as popular server platforms, are more forgiving than in the days of old eight-dot-three naming conventions (eight-character filename, followed by a three-letter file extension). In those days, a Macintosh user wanting to share with a PC user had to be fairly creative to come up with filenames. AnRepCov.eps, AnRepCv2.eps. You get the idea.