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Loading... Check out the forums and get free advice from the experts. If the timestamp on one of these is later than your last manual save, you have the option of saving it as your document. Word 2003 save/save as disabled Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by wellgoodgod, Jul 11, 2006. weblink
Join & Ask a Question Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? The Save As option also doesn't allow me to save (when I click this option, there is no pop-up asking where I want to save it). 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. Thanks a lot!
Very puzzling and bizarre. It does not take the place of saving duplicate copies elsewhere (CDs, DVDs, external hard drive, The Cloud, etc.) because (a) the backup file is saved in the same folder with In most cases, this wouldn’t be a noticeable delay, but unless you experience some problem with background saving, you should leave this option enabled. (I have found that, even with background
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- I cannot tell you how many heartbroken people I've spoken to...It's sort of like the idea of still using floppy disks to back up the only copy of a file...don't do
- Tortmom 0 #9 kasim Posted 21 February 2005 - 04:03 AM kasim New Member Member 1 posts You are lucky to have the probelm only in word, I am having this
sometimes I still get the error and it shuts ms word down. The Save section of the Advanced tab of the Word Options dialog in Word 2007 Despite the new presentation, the options mentioned above (except “Allow fast saves,” which has been removed) The Microsoft Knowledge Base article “WD2002: Frequently Asked Questions About ‘Allow Fast Saves’” explains the theory behind Fast Saves, but this is not something you need to worry about, even in I just tried your search for normal.dot and my computer didn't find any other files to delete.
If that doesnt work then, uninstall Office 2003, delete the Microsoft Office folder under C:\Program Files (if you used the default install location). Many users learn too late, to their deep chagrin, that this is not an AutoSave option. Apparently, the normal.dot template became corrupted. Click Tools | Track Changes 2.
Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates, Open the Word Options dialog by clicking the File tab and then clicking Options from the bottom of the menu on the left of the “backstage.” Figure 7 shows the Save When you save again, your .doc will be the third version, and Word will keep the second as a backup. Instead, please post your reply to the forums.
If your hard drive is cramped or your system resources limited, you will want to close and reopen the document periodically to flush out these temp files. http://winnthosting.com/word-2003/word-2003.html Password Site Map Home Register Authors List Today's Posts Search Web Partners Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... Sometimes “helpful” advisors will suggest that you disable it if you get a prompt to save Normal.dot every time you quit Word. If you only have Word ok if you have other offices apps then each one has its own file location which you can set in Options.
first, how do I back up the registery? Very puzzling and bizarre. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for all changes in the document To reject all changes in the document: 1. check over here To use Track Changes: 1.
What it does: When you have this option enabled, Word retains the previous version of your document every time you save it. See www.theofficeexperts.com/word.htmClick on the Word troubleshooting thing.Check out the information on the Word startup folder. Not really sure how it got there though.
Anne Troyhttp://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0972425845/104-9778384-2391158?v=glance&s=books RE: Word 2003 - Save As greyed out aquaboy1976 (TechnicalUser) (OP) 11 May 04 14:00 I'm not trying to open that file though.
I tried Norton and that didn't help either. This prompt will be repeated until you finally break down and acquiesce. Idealy, I would to disable the SAVE &SAVE AS functions in MS Word 2003 &MS Word 2010. 0 Comment Question by:tss-nm Facebook Twitter LinkedIn https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28146581/Disable-SAVE-SAVE-AS-functions-in-MS-Word.htmlcopy LVL 16 Best Solution byBrian Pringle You must accept or reject the proposed changes to prevent them from reappearing when the document is re-opened by you or another user.