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File permission error when saving in Word 2007

I write a document, or edit it, in Word 2007. I can save it successfully for about 4-6 times, and then, on the 7th "save", I get the message, "Word cannot complete the save due to a file permission error." I save all of the files that I want to keep on a flash drive. From looking at another forum on this problem, I see that it may be the flash drive. I find this hard to believe because it has happened to 2 flash drives. Also, as many users have noted, the problem is inconsistent: sometimes the error comes up after 2 saves, sometimes after 6. Any help you can provide is appreciated. Thank you!

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This error occurs when you are in a domain, and the files came from other users.

What you can do is right click a folder or a file > properties

look for the security tab then, add everyone on the list. And make sure that you check full on the permissions.

you can get back to me if this doesn't work.

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  • Raph Quintos
    Raph Quintos Mar 03, 2009

    About the first one, this (domain stuff) doesn't apply to you. Your flashdrive is near it's end. you need to remove all of your files on that drive while you can then transfer it to a new one. The read / write capability of your flashdrive is failing that's why it happens.


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    aj_318 May 13, 2012

    I'm having the same problem, when I try to save a document, after several times, I start getting the permission error message. However, I'm not using a flash drive, I'm not sharing documents, I'm not using a domain. The computer "username" is given full permission on the security tab. Any other ideas?

  • amit bhola Dec 09, 2012

    I am having exactly same problem. I am using Quck heal antivirus fully updated through internet. Help please

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