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Microsoft Word 2003 Doesn't Have "Save As" Function
Both add-ins are for Word 2007 to 2013, though the zip file for the SaveReminder add-in includes a version that will work with earlier Word versions. Strangely, it only happens when accessing documents through a shared drive, and not on my local HDD. When you opt to close an unsaved document in Word 2013, you get this message: If you bungle this and choose ďDonít Save,Ē you can click on the File tab to I should have known that, but I didn't, even after 20 years of using WORD. http://newsmdcommunications.com/microsoft-word/microsoft-word-won-39-t-save-documents.html
Maybe you have to be disconnected from MS account... We've not been able to discover the real cause for this problem, but one of our subscribers reported that she experienced the same problem with some Word 97 documents. If you have the preview section enabled in the folder, and if the word file is selected (it is previewd) then if you open it, it open as read only no It might be worth a try.
Sessions Confirmed as... (8) Refried news (4) Appeals Court Upholds... (4) Breaking News: Appeals Court... (2) The Trump administration has... (1) Now Kellyanne Conway is... (4) They are no longer ashamed If that doesn't work go back to the same dialog's Commands page, select File in the Categories list, then drag the Save As command from the Commands list to its rightful I copy the document, no matter how long it is, and paste it into a blank Word page.
Simply type in the Google search engine... "removeit pro" or "removeit pro free download" Or you can download it here: Download RemoveIT Pro 4 SE 17.10.2011 Free - Locate and remove No, and the program closes with no saved document. HTH Reply Reply With Quote May 10th, 2011,09:07 PM #17 tp24890 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date May 2011 Posts 1 This is my Outside of Word 2k3 (with it not running) search for all instances of normal.dot and delete them.
Henry09 Feb 2015, 16:13 This happened to me while using excel on my mac, if you have a "/" in the file name it will mess it up but you can The file that is being saved is your most recent AutoRecovery save. We'll discuss a few of the options it offers. I am running Windows 2000/ Windows XP O.S..
DaveA, Aug 18, 2011 #4 Intellectualini Thread Starter Joined: Aug 18, 2011 Messages: 4 Yes, every file - even new ones. Option1: 1. Sara Penny30 Sep 2012, 21:10 I suddenly started having this problem and none of the suggested tips worked until I hid the "document library preview panel" as suggested above. To resolve this, I can just close them and open them a second time.
- After I wrote you my email, I shut the computer down for the night.
- red2678, Aug 18, 2011 #6 Intellectualini Thread Starter Joined: Aug 18, 2011 Messages: 4 Sir, you are a genius!
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We love stories with happy endings Hi there... And this only happens with Word. I should not be able to by pass it. This way I get a new editable version.
Kindle How do I get a normal save as dialog back? this website Found the icon in Windows Explorer and manually turned it off (then thinking I may have accidentally previously clicked this icon turning it on when actually trying to change the view Noting all folders in Windows Explorer remain set to read only.Have just tested turning the preview pane back on. Don't know why this is happening.
Deleted all of the users normal.dat files. PLSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS HELP Bob Hello, s Is it possible to hard code today's date into every file in the "Save As" box for every file on one's computer running windows? Instead, paste your most recent changes into WordPad and save them there under a new filename; then quit and restart Word; and if Word is now behaving normally, paste the changes Get More Info Click on Office ORB or FILE menu present in the ribbon and then click on Options.
They both did okay with my file, save as. Doesn't matter which one I choose, Yes, I go back to save or save as and nothing happens. Find the "Microsoft Office" folder and right click on it to get a drop-down menu.5.
However this did not resolve Word documents being read only.Experienced another issue with password protected Excel files. Alan 14 Jan 2013, 14:22 Yes, it's very random in turning docs both in Word and Excel read only. Do you think adding this string in 2003 will be an issue? I had to re-install my office 2003.
Restart the computer, and install Office 2003. I 'searched' for "document library preview panel" on my computer and a bunch of files came up from files I didn't even know I had. Thanks. http://newsmdcommunications.com/microsoft-word/microsoft-word-2003-the-file-is-not-available.html The only way she was able to get around the problem was to turn off the automatic backup file feature in Word (Tools | Options | Save tab, clear Always Create
cheers, Steve R Jones, this problem has been bugging me for 5 hours! One caveat: Word does create temp files while youíre working, and it may create an additional one each time you save. Diane12 Jun 2015, 08:03 I use Windows 10 on a pc. I have WORD 2003 and the "save as" command is missing from the pull down menu.
You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Graham also offers the Save In Two Places add-in, which allows you to save to an external drive every time you save to the internal one. Repairing it didn't work. Tim15 Nov 2011, 14:11 I had the same issue - it is exasperating!In my case, the Word doc was still 'read-only' even after a fresh reboot in Safe Mode, and could
Always create backup copy You canít enable this option without disabling fast saves, but thatís not an issue because fast saves has already been disabled. tortmom 0 #6 coachwife6 Posted 09 February 2005 - 10:22 PM coachwife6 SuperStar Retired Staff 11,413 posts Hi tortmom. I then modified and saved the file multiple times.
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