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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by parvez9988, Oct 16, 2008.

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  1. parvez9988

    parvez9988 Thread Starter

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    Hi every one

    I have a small prb.actually,If a user is accessing a file which is in sharing, and at the same time other user want's to access that file he will get read-only by default.(in same network).
    How can I give tht permission,we use XP service pack 3.pls help me out.

    thx and regards
    Parvez
     
  2. allenkc

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    You have to set this up for every file. For example, in Excel (since you didn't say what type of file it was), you open the file and under tools you click share workbook. After saving this will allow the other person the ability to change it at the same time.
     
  3. parvez9988

    parvez9988 Thread Starter

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    ya thx buddy i have solved that problem,I iam in domain and the file that I used for sharing is open office which is in .xls format.
    anyways thax for u r reply.

    If u want to help me you could suggest me why in .xls format dosn't get readonly and why .ods format gets readonly in sharing when one file is accesses by different users at a time.
     
  4. parvez9988

    parvez9988 Thread Starter

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    hi everyone.
    The proble is solved and it is been solved by my self i dont get lot of help form tech guy.

    Thx everyone
     
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