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Microsoft Word problem

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by vanillacoke, Apr 9, 2004.

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  1. vanillacoke

    vanillacoke Thread Starter

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    I have a problem with using Microsoft Word, I tried to save a word document to a CD-RW but it didn't want to work. Is that possible to do? I am using Microsoft Word 97 on Windows XP Home Edition. Please tell me what I need to do so it will work, I really would like to be able to save documents on there so I won't run out of floppies so fast, thanks!
     
  2. chalky

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    Do you need first to Format the disc....
     
  3. kath100

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    You could save it to your hard drive then copy to cd.....
     
  4. vanillacoke

    vanillacoke Thread Starter

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    No but the CD is completely blank when I try it so it should work. I don't understand why it doesn't. Technology isn't all that its up to be, it surely is the case for me anyhow.
     
  5. chalky

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    Before you can copy files to a CD-RW disc, you must format it even if it is a new blank CD...else you get the message that you Cannot Copy...Access Is Denied...
     
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