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Word 07 "permission error" forces you to rename a file to access

On some inexplicable circumstances a Word 07 file cannot be saved because of some "permission error;" forcing you to rename the file before you can access it again. What is a "permission error," why is this happening, occasionally, and how can it be corrected, other than by renaming the file. Thank you.

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The easiest way is to run the diagnostic check in windows office 07 tools. There is also a office live update page here, http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/products/HA101687261033.aspx ,that should fix any windows error that you are getting, it may take a while, and sometimes they have to analyze the data, but it's your best bet.

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Do you have permission to do so?

If so:

It is likely that your network administrator has some tool to either delete
the file or, else, boot users out of it so that you can delete it.

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