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Need to copy file from Excel 2000 pro with write and read

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by aacm, Mar 24, 2005.

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  1. aacm

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    Hello everyone:

    I have 2 computers, all those has excel 2000 pro. I need to copy a spread sheet to my other computer and went a do that I can't correct any information because message coming sad: "read only not to make corrections allow"
    so I try different ways to copy that file however always I open in the other side and still came with read only statement, I can't make corrections or add something to the file won't allow me to do nothing.
    Anyone knows this problem how I can copy the file and able to do my work.

    Thanks for you help.... :)
     
  2. Anne Troy

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    Reboot.
    Retry.
     
  3. aacm

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    OK I will.
     
  4. XL Guru

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    (Are you copying to a CD?)

    If rebooting doesn't do it, try navigating to the file in Windows Explorer, then rightclicking it to check Properties (read-only checked?)

    HTH,
    Andy
     
  5. aacm

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    reboot didn't work however I try your suggestion and thanks for all I let you know how it goes....
     
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