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-Open Word -Enter your text. -Using your mouse right click on File from the menu bar at the top of your Word window. - From the menu that appears right click on Save As?.. -From the Save as box that appears right click on the My Computer icon on the left hand side. -In the right hand side of the Save As box select the drive you wish to save the file to by double left clicking on it. -Click on the Save button. Done.

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Can not save words document

I recommend looking at downloading either LibreOffice or OpenOffice: both are open-source office suites that are fully compatible with Microsoft Office, and that are free of charge.

Once you open the Word document in either LibreOffiec or OpenOffice, you will be able to edit/save your changes.

Aug 02, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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We have a document produced on a pc with Vista works which has flow charts in amongst the text. We saved the document onto a memory stick and tried opening it in order to print through my laptop which is...

Hello Penny,

After creating document in MS office 2007 or 2010 you can save the document for MS office 2003. In file menu choose the option Save As and choose option Save as type. The click for the option Word 97-2003 Document. Then you are able to print the document in MS Word 2003.


Jun 28, 2011 | Microsoft Windows? Vista Home Premium...

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Good day, We have microsoft office 2007 installed, it work perfectly, and suddenly it stopped working and threw out an error box that reads as follow; [ This modification is not allowed because this...

This behavior may occur if the document is protected with an editing restriction of No changes (Read only) or Comments.

Word 2007

* On the Review tab, click New Comment.

Note If you insert your comments in this document, you can save your changes and then return the document to the sender with your comments.
* In the Protect Document task pane, click Unrestricted Access.

Word 2003

* On the Insert menu, click Comments.

Note If you insert your comments in this document, you can save your changes and then return the document to the sender with your comments.

* On the Protect Document task pane, click Stop Protection.

Note If the Unprotect Document dialog box appears for you to type a password, the document is password-protected and you cannot stop the protection on this document unless you know the password.

Mar 14, 2011 | Microsoft Operating Systems

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My computer have Microsoft office 2003 and i want to open adocument written as microsoft word 2007

In office 2007, save document as 2003 computable using save as menu, Now you can open this document in office 2003

Jan 15, 2011 | Operating Systems

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How to convert the microsoft 2007 to 2003?

Writing a document and saving - the document will be saved as .DOCX.
DOCX is the 2007 version.
Saving as 2003:
Use Save As - and here you can save as .DOC
Now the document is saved in a version which can be read by the 2003 version

Aug 27, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2

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In which we can open .docx files

You can open docx extension files only with MS Office 2007. If you wish to open it in earlier versions you have to save it again in compatible mode. Click on File (top left most corner with the logo), Save As, Word 97-2003 Document. Just using Save option will save your document as "docx" and not "doc" document.

Aug 30, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Hi, when i try to save my excel sheet it says ''Document not saved.''Can u plz tell me how can i save it?

Select the "File" Menu, then select "Save as" type in a different name for the document. The one you opened may be "READ ONLY"

Apr 11, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Problem in saving documents

Seems like there is a problem with the directory.

just simply reinstall microsoft office :)


Apr 06, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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My self rakesh,using 2007 microsoft word,how to convert the 2007 word format to 2003 format

Convert a document to Office Word 2007 The Word Convert command clears the compatibility options so that the document layout appears as it would if it had been created in Word 2007.
  1. Click the Microsoft Office Button default.aspx?assetid=za100771021033, and then click Convert.
  2. In the Microsoft Office Word dialog box, click OK.
  3. Do one of the following:
    • To replace the original file with a file in the Office Word 2007 file format, click the Microsoft Office Buttondefault.aspx?assetid=za100771021033, and then click Save.
    • To save the original document in its original file format and create another document in the Office Word 2007 file format, click the Microsoft Office Button, click Save As, and then type a new name for the file.
    Note If the original .doc file is saved in a location other than your local drive, Word keeps the original .doc file and creates a new .docx file when you click Convert.

Mar 14, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Microsoft Word malfunction

try this:
1. you may not have user permissions to make changes to the document:
check with the document creator or save the file with a different name so you become the new owner of the new document.
2. check if destination folder has enough room:
if not change the location of the file to be saved.
3. you may be using incorrect characters given the file name when saving the file:
don't use "/" when saving the file.

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