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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by shanewhite, Nov 25, 2001.

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  1. shanewhite

    shanewhite Thread Starter

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    using word in windows 98, when i save to A drive ( floppy disk )
    it also saves in ''MY DOCUMENT'' how can i stop this.
     
  2. Mosaic1

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    is it actually saving the the My Documents Folder? Or is it listed on the start> documents menu?


    If listed on the start menu, that's a shortcut. The last 15 are saved a recent shortcuts there.


    If that is not the case and the doc is saved in both locations I am not sure. What version of Word are you using?

    Post back.
    there is a cure all for Word. That's finding Normal.dot and deleting it or renaming it. The next time Word is opened, a new normal.dot will be created. If you have created any Macros and saved them, they will, however, be lost.
     
  3. Anne Troy

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    Do you mean that it's saving a backup file? Try Tools-Options, Save tab and make sure "always make backup" isn't checked.
     
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