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chipper 06-08-2009 06:36 AM

Saving a File

I'm not sure if it is the operating system Vista or MS Office. Probably routine but I just don't know how to do it.

I've been using the above for a few months. I had a problem whereby I was not able to save my Word, Excel docs etc. in the preferred folder. Everytime I tried to save in my choice of folder, I get the message ' You don't have the premission to save this file in this location. Contact the administrator to obtain permission'. Would you like to save it in the Documents Folder instead'.

Who is the administrator? This is my personal notebook and I did not program any password for startup of the notebook. And why save only to the Document Folder? Is this by default or what? Can someone help please because I want to save it in other folders under 'Users' which is under 'C-Drive' rather than 'Documents'.

Strangely, I had this problem when I first bought the notebook 5 months ago and installed the trial version of MS Office. Somehow I cleared the problem and was able to save my files in my preferred folders. Whne my Norton Antivirus Trial expired, I uninstalled it and installed Norman Antivirus (1 yr by Disc). Since then, this problem surfaced and I can't get rid of it.

chipper 06-08-2009 06:46 AM

Adding to the above, I had installed a New MS Office HSE over the MS Office trial version with MS OUutlook Biz Contact Manager when it expired. Yes, I had not removed the MS Office Trial because I need needed the MS Outlook for my schedules etc which I had synchronised with my smartphone before the trial expired. If I had removed the trial version, I'm afraid that I won't have the data anymore. I intend to purchase a standalone MS Outlook or another MS Office with MS Outlook to overide it.

Did I create a problem installing the new MS Office w/o removing the trial version? If I remove the MS Office Trial with MS Outlook, would the MS Outlook data still be there? When I install a new MS Outlook program, would the previous data in the MS Outlook trial version automatically fit itself into the new MS Outlook program? Thanks.

lurkswithin 06-08-2009 03:46 PM

Too many different need to edit the second post and re-submit it into a thread of it's own as it will get lost.

When posting on a forum keep your posts to the point of the original thread and do no submit other unrelated issues to it.

chipper 06-14-2009 09:41 PM

oh...ok. Thanks. I'll post a new thread on the second issue. Got carried away, I guess.

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