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Hartley
February 21st, 2006, 03:01 PM
WHEN LOADING A FILE FROM MY DATA BASE I CANNOT SAVE IT UNDER A DIFFERENT NAME
USING THE "SAVE AS" FUNCTION. I GET AN ERROR STATING THAT THE FILE S EITHER
IN AN INACCESSABLE PLACE, IS PASSWORD PROTECTED OR CONTAINS / or \. iI CANNOT
BELIEVE THAT ANY OF THESE ARE RUE. WHERE HAVE I GONE WRONG?
THIS APPLIES TO BOTH WINWORD AND EXCEL

garfield-n-odie [MVP]
February 21st, 2006, 07:06 PM
Your CapsLock key is broken too. Either that, or you are
deliberately SHOUTING at the people from whom you ask help, which
is probably not the best approach.

Hartley wrote:

> WHEN LOADING A FILE FROM MY DATA BASE I CANNOT SAVE IT UNDER A DIFFERENT NAME
> USING THE "SAVE AS" FUNCTION. I GET AN ERROR STATING THAT THE FILE S EITHER
> IN AN INACCESSABLE PLACE, IS PASSWORD PROTECTED OR CONTAINS / or \. iI CANNOT
> BELIEVE THAT ANY OF THESE ARE RUE. WHERE HAVE I GONE WRONG?
> THIS APPLIES TO BOTH WINWORD AND EXCEL

Hartley
February 22nd, 2006, 05:16 AM
You must wite the scripts for Garfield you are so funny

"garfield-n-odie [MVP]" wrote:

> Your CapsLock key is broken too. Either that, or you are
> deliberately SHOUTING at the people from whom you ask help, which
> is probably not the best approach.
>
> Hartley wrote:
>
> > WHEN LOADING A FILE FROM MY DATA BASE I CANNOT SAVE IT UNDER A DIFFERENT NAME
> > USING THE "SAVE AS" FUNCTION. I GET AN ERROR STATING THAT THE FILE S EITHER
> > IN AN INACCESSABLE PLACE, IS PASSWORD PROTECTED OR CONTAINS / or \. iI CANNOT
> > BELIEVE THAT ANY OF THESE ARE RUE. WHERE HAVE I GONE WRONG?
> > THIS APPLIES TO BOTH WINWORD AND EXCEL
>
>

JoAnn Paules [MVP]
February 22nd, 2006, 05:20 AM
You should see him eat lasagna!

--

JoAnn Paules
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]



"Hartley" > wrote in message
...
> You must wite the scripts for Garfield you are so funny
>
> "garfield-n-odie [MVP]" wrote:
>
>> Your CapsLock key is broken too. Either that, or you are
>> deliberately SHOUTING at the people from whom you ask help, which
>> is probably not the best approach.
>>
>> Hartley wrote:
>>
>> > WHEN LOADING A FILE FROM MY DATA BASE I CANNOT SAVE IT UNDER A
>> > DIFFERENT NAME
>> > USING THE "SAVE AS" FUNCTION. I GET AN ERROR STATING THAT THE FILE S
>> > EITHER
>> > IN AN INACCESSABLE PLACE, IS PASSWORD PROTECTED OR CONTAINS / or \. iI
>> > CANNOT
>> > BELIEVE THAT ANY OF THESE ARE RUE. WHERE HAVE I GONE WRONG?
>> > THIS APPLIES TO BOTH WINWORD AND EXCEL
>>
>>

garfield-n-odie [MVP]
February 22nd, 2006, 05:56 AM
If you bother to learn about proper netiquette, then you would
realize you are not so funny. Regarding your original question,
see http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=895900 "You cannot save a
file from your Windows XP-based or Windows 2000-based computer to
a shared folder on a file server". The usual solutions are to
either uninstall the KB885250 update or obtain and install the
hotfix for the KB885250 update.

Hartley wrote:

> You must wite the scripts for Garfield you are so funny
>
> "garfield-n-odie [MVP]" wrote:
>
>
>>Your CapsLock key is broken too. Either that, or you are
>>deliberately SHOUTING at the people from whom you ask help, which
>>is probably not the best approach.
>>
>>Hartley wrote:
>>
>>
>>>WHEN LOADING A FILE FROM MY DATA BASE I CANNOT SAVE IT UNDER A DIFFERENT NAME
>>>USING THE "SAVE AS" FUNCTION. I GET AN ERROR STATING THAT THE FILE S EITHER
>>>IN AN INACCESSABLE PLACE, IS PASSWORD PROTECTED OR CONTAINS / or \. iI CANNOT
>>>BELIEVE THAT ANY OF THESE ARE RUE. WHERE HAVE I GONE WRONG?
>>>THIS APPLIES TO BOTH WINWORD AND EXCEL
>>
>>

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