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Unable to save Office 2007 files onto shared folder

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by Frank, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. Frank

    Frank Flightless Bird

    Dear All,
    I wonder if anyone could help. At our company we utilise both Office 2002
    and Office 2007 (these files automatically save as DOC '97-2003'), which run
    on Windows XP Pro PCs. We have a particular problem which has only just
    materialised... basically when a networked XLS or DOC file has been access
    and modified (on Excel 2007) we are unable to save the file back to the
    shared folder? I have tested other software application and I am able to make
    changes in the same location and also save without any issues.
    I have also created a new file with Excel 2002 and save that in the same
    location etc and I am able to change and save the file with no issues. So I
    have come to the conclusion that this issue is related to Office 2007.
    Can anyone help? Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Fat Kid

    Fat Kid Flightless Bird

    "Frank" wrote:

    > Dear All,
    > I wonder if anyone could help. At our company we utilise both Office 2002
    > and Office 2007 (these files automatically save as DOC '97-2003'), which run
    > on Windows XP Pro PCs. We have a particular problem which has only just
    > materialised... basically when a networked XLS or DOC file has been access
    > and modified (on Excel 2007) we are unable to save the file back to the
    > shared folder? I have tested other software application and I am able to make
    > changes in the same location and also save without any issues.
    > I have also created a new file with Excel 2002 and save that in the same
    > location etc and I am able to change and save the file with no issues. So I
    > have come to the conclusion that this issue is related to Office 2007.
    > Can anyone help? Thanks in advance.
     
  3. Fat Kid

    Fat Kid Flightless Bird

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com...n/thread/bae1e32a-b878-4af2-8d27-9b747e11bf21

    "Fat Kid" wrote:

    >
    >
    > "Frank" wrote:
    >
    > > Dear All,
    > > I wonder if anyone could help. At our company we utilise both Office 2002
    > > and Office 2007 (these files automatically save as DOC '97-2003'), which run
    > > on Windows XP Pro PCs. We have a particular problem which has only just
    > > materialised... basically when a networked XLS or DOC file has been access
    > > and modified (on Excel 2007) we are unable to save the file back to the
    > > shared folder? I have tested other software application and I am able to make
    > > changes in the same location and also save without any issues.
    > > I have also created a new file with Excel 2002 and save that in the same
    > > location etc and I am able to change and save the file with no issues. So I
    > > have come to the conclusion that this issue is related to Office 2007.
    > > Can anyone help? Thanks in advance.
     
  4. Fat Kid

    Fat Kid Flightless Bird

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com...n/thread/bae1e32a-b878-4af2-8d27-9b747e11bf21

    "Fat Kid" wrote:

    >
    >
    > "Frank" wrote:
    >
    > > Dear All,
    > > I wonder if anyone could help. At our company we utilise both Office 2002
    > > and Office 2007 (these files automatically save as DOC '97-2003'), which run
    > > on Windows XP Pro PCs. We have a particular problem which has only just
    > > materialised... basically when a networked XLS or DOC file has been access
    > > and modified (on Excel 2007) we are unable to save the file back to the
    > > shared folder? I have tested other software application and I am able to make
    > > changes in the same location and also save without any issues.
    > > I have also created a new file with Excel 2002 and save that in the same
    > > location etc and I am able to change and save the file with no issues. So I
    > > have come to the conclusion that this issue is related to Office 2007.
    > > Can anyone help? Thanks in advance.
     

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