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Is there a way to control Tyrogue's evolution? Thus, saving and printing were still very slow. The file in question was a temporary text file, and it was deleted. Select Hide these specified drives in My Computer, and enable the setting. http://nexwarecorp.com/office-xp/office-xp-problem.html

It says something like "Your action is restricted by the administrator, ..." - a typical windows permission message. I found another blog post which I thought may help with this, but after following the steps I was still unable to isntall SubInACL due to permission problems. I am still unable to delete files on the desktop. Great result thanks Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Thank You!! https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/520a4848-d7e9-46dd-9301-f66167eb2acb/office-xp-unable-to-save-file-to-my-documents-or-desktop?forum=windowssteadystate

I saw in Wxcel thatit was trying to contact this address when wanting to access desktop folder to save. A bit of a hassle, but it works. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. The same problem i faced sime time ago with coreldraw as i am not able to open any document or save it then finally with a lot of search and r&d

Can save as PDF .What is going on? Category:ComputingMicrosoft WordMicrosoft Excel 88 Comments slow file save as my file save as in excel and word is very very slow when I am online..BUT...when I am not online there is I recently connected an HP F2180 all-in-one printer to my computer and since that time Office XP Professional documents have been very sluggish, especially when saving as and printing. In addition, you can also enabled Windows Disk Protection (WDP) and configure it to "Remove all changes at restart".

At the same time I don’t want them to view or open any files on the C: drive.   Thorough testing has proven that neither “Prevent users from creating files and Actually, changes to system files & folders will not be allowed if you have "Prevent users from creating folders and files on drive C:\" selected.   On the other hand, if thanks! https://joshuabrauer.com/2006/02/slow-save-as-microsoft-office-applicaitons It works perfectly.

I put a shortcut to group policy on the desktop so I can enable/disable quickly. By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy Not a member? Thank you for any guidance you can provide. Similar Threads - office cannot save Ms Office 2016...cannot change Picture..

I ran chkdsk, and it did not find any problems. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/cant-save-or-save-as-a-word-document-in-ms-word-2010-with-windows-xp-os I've worked on this same problem on 7 systems this week. Are there any suggestions? RemoveIT Pro Where to download it?

Word's "save as" works as normal now. http://nexwarecorp.com/office-xp/office-xp-sp3-full-file-package.html GPU RAM CPU ROM Submit Challenge × Sign up with your email address Sign up and get started with the Daily Challenge! I personal know removing MS Patch KB980232 fixed my issue.  0 Oops, something's wrong below. Within the same type of file - (File>Open) or File-last opened list).?Right click for "Open with..." and choose program. (try an excel file icon and open it with Excel).So all of

Doing this allows saves and downloads to either the desktop or My Documents.   Hope that helps at least one of you out there,   ccchris  

Wednesday, April 30, 2008 Such as IE temp files, Desktop etc.,  files can be saved to Desktop, isn't it? That's why we cannot say it will deny all modifications. his comment is here I tried disconnecting the network drives as suggested above and got a message stating, 'you have no network drives to disconnect'.

I found this blog to post my results and WHHOOOO - everyone found the answer. I only hide the C: drive. The problem is, that the users don't always have to be connected.

Could also try giving us a screenshot of the add-in list.

My "outside the domain" system just mapped drives to the other computers to copy software, copy logs, monitor anomalies, etc. Seems like something so simple, but I never made the connection . . . No changes have been made to his AD account or permissions on the shared drive.  I tried saving to the "group share"and his Home directory and I get the same thing.   How to temporarily mark a trail?

I deleted the "broken" connection to the shared drive and this resolved the problem. And this only happens with Word. I think it will work especially if you first delete all the normal.dot files. weblink Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Thanks for posting back.

Since I auto update, every time I uninstall KB908, it reinstalls. However I read the email above regarding the Music CD. The user profile also locates on drive C. Any ideas what I can do about that?

Thnx in advanced. I recently connected an HP F2180 all-in-one printer to my computer and since that time Office XP Professional documents have been very sluggish, especially when saving as and printing. I needed to save. Thanks guys.

I recently connected an HP F2180 all-in-one printer to my computer and since that time Office XP Professional documents have been very sluggish, especially when saving as and printing. Removed disk mappings... nothing happens. Join Now This problem started out of the blue.  When he is in Excel or Word, and creates a new document or opens an existing document (locally or off of a

I haven't noticed any bad side effects and it may actually prevent my printer from trying to reinstall the printer software/driver every time I restart my computer. Reply Reply With Quote February 26th, 2007,08:36 PM #4 michael_27 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Feb 2007 Posts 1 Hi. PH Submitted by PH on July 2, 2008 - 04:58 It worked! Drag is that I have network drives from home and from work.

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