Save a file
What's wrong... Please write below.
If I try to look at the file with windows explorer, it is NOT there. If I try to save it again I can see that the file HAS been saved in the pictures folder.
I have no hidden files on my computer. The option to hide system files is unchecked.
A search of the drive cannot find and does not show the files.
I could write commands to open the file and close the file but could not save it as a new file. I do not want to rename the file as it would not serve my purpose.
I cannot save a .pdf file in Windows 7. I saved the 9.3 version of Adobe Reader, I see the save icon, but when I click it, it doesn't open a window. I can only print the file to Microsoft XPS files. Is there another way to save files in Adobe Reader or maybe a patch for Windows 7?
Four days ago, suddenly file list pane disappeared when I try to save a document. At first file list was absent only when printing file to a PDF but now I'm not able to see file list pane in any of the saves in any document.
I had updated Acrobat X when I had received an automatic update and I suspect that is when that happened so today I removed Acrobat X and problem did not go away so I made a fresh install of the version that was working for me but the problem still persists.
I now have to type the name of the file I want to save while before I would select an existing file from the list and then modify the name slightly to reflect the version number. I have shown this problem to a few techies and they are stumped.
New Windows 7 computer with Office 2010, transferred XP admin account w/ Office 2007 via Easy Transfer: Everything was ok until I tried to save any Office file (ppt.,doc,.) This is the only account on this system and is an Admin.
When I try to save a file I get (do not have permission to save in this location) this is also for network shares besides the local C: drive. I first lowered the UAC to low It did allow me to save. Now it doesn't even allow that?.
No issues When I save the file to my Desktop and open directly from there (rather than finding it in an Explorer Window and opening it from there) I can edit and save the file normally.
No issues. If I get a PDF via email, I can open it, edit and save normally. No issues.
Thus, this issue only occurs with Adobe Acrobat, not any other programs. It only occurs when I drill down and find the file via Windows Explorer (or whatever it's called in Win7).
It appears to me that selecting the file in a Win7 Explorer Window locks the file as being in use.
Any time I try to save something a message box pops up with the phrase "You can't save here. Please choose another location."
I am currently trying to save a word document (.docx) from Microsoft Word 2007, but I have tried other file types too and nothing seems to save there.