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new to linux - seem to have lost or put all my openoffice files in read only mode

Discussion in 'Linux and Unix' started by zebracandy, Sep 21, 2008.

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  1. zebracandy

    zebracandy Thread Starter

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    Help! I just got my first linux computer, an acer aspire one and its been great for the first few weeks and today I seem to have done something that has put all of my open office files in a different location and in read only mode. The first time it happened I was able to restart and everything was in the right place. The next time i restarted, everything disappeared again. not really sure what to do next.... please help! Really important documents have gone missing!
     
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    zebracandy Thread Starter

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    ok, now i'm actually going to cry, the whole thing has frozen up. :-(
     
  3. garyduel

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    I can only commiserate with you i have the same laptop for various reasons and to try to get it to do anything other than what is installed on it basically as default, is a nightmare
    I hope someone helps you i would if i knew how
     
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