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Files "lost" using exPressit S.E. 2.2 and Vista

I've found if I don't start exPressit with the RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR option, that any work I create during that session is "lost". Can't even find the files during a search etc. Only way to see or pull them back up is to start the program again - and not with RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR. How can I make all the files I create in this program viewable? Many thanks!

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  • troubles2222 Sep 23, 2008

    thanks for the reply - but sorry, doesn't help.

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