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After the file is downloaded I click the SAVE to save the file in my Docs,then I get a message saying I can't save because I don't have permisions.
Your problem is usually due to UAC (User account controls) preventing you from saving files to your hard drive. Under Control Panel / Users, you can change your settings (provided you are listed as an Admin ) to allow you to save files.
Another issue could by your anti-virus software preventing what it has determined to be a possibly harmful file from being downloaded/saved to your machine.
Posted on Feb 21, 2012
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Simply delete the user account now you have make a new with administrator privlige hope you did not find any problem....
Posted on Apr 12, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here you go. I found the Microsoft documented fix for this issue.
try this site:
Let us know if you are still having issues.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
SOURCE: Hi I have a problem with
OK...I would try uninstalling and reinstalling again...but I would add a few steps....
FIRST I would BACK UP your data.....there are steps here that can hurt your machine if you are not careful.
try this....run the MS Office uninstall from the control panel again. (for XP use Add/Remove Programs applet...if Windows Vista/7 use the Programs and Features applet)
AFTER you run the uninstall perform these 3 steps (now..this is assuming you dont save your files to these folders!...make sure you have copies of your files!)
1. Browse to C:\Program Files and see if you still see a "Microsoft Office" folder...If so rename it to something like "oldofficefolder" or something
2. XP: browse to c:\documents and settings\\Application Data\Microsoft
Find the "Office" folder and rename it or delete it......I say rename just in case you need to browse the folder again for some files...these locations usually save your settings and configurations
Also do the same in c:\documents and settings\\LOCAL SETTINGS\Application Data\Microsoft (If you dont see Local settings you will have to go to your folder options and show hidden files and folders)
Windows Vista/7 use the same steps except the path will be different. for Vista/7 the paths will be:
Again, I would recommend RENAMING the folders in case you find out you need to go back and get the files.
Step 3. (You need Administrative rights on your machine to do this step )
Click start (if XP choose RUN...if Vista/7 Just type in the search field) type REGEDIT
Run Regedit.exe as administrator (WARNING: Be careful editing Registry, it can screw things up on your machine.)
in Regedit brows to HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/MICROSOFT find the "OFFICE" key and rename it (again, you can delete it...but I recommend renaming in case you need to undo this)
also browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/ Find the office Key and Rename it as well.
After you have performed these steps, there should not be any traces of an old installation for Windows to recognize when it tries to reinstall.....it should think it is installing a fresh copy of office.
Re run the installation from your disk and see if that helps.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
SOURCE: I have recently upgraded my
Sometimes when systems are updated disk permissions can get out of sync which can cause problems. What I would do is go to the utilities in the applications folder, open disk utility and click on your hard drive in the left hand box and then click on verify disk permissions button and once run, then if anything has come up click on repair disk permissions. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 06, 2011
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How to Download (Save) Files from the Internet to your Computer
You can save HTML files (the most common file format on the web) by clicking the save button or using the file save commands in your browser. You will save the text of the file but you will usually lose all the graphics.
Many sites offer files in Adobe PDF, PowerPoint or other formats that you can download. These files retain all the graphics you see online and you can reopen them without being connected to Internet, provided you have the appropriate reader or program on your computer. The instructions which follow explain how to download these type of files.
TO SAVE A FILE TO YOUR COMPUTER:
A menu will appear. Depending on your browser and browser version, the options will vary.
Below are some examples of what you might see:
A pop up message will tell you when the download is complete.
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