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Hello, I sent documents from work email to my home email so I could do some work. It opened as Adobe so I copied and paste the documents on to word but its almost like it has a text box around my work and will not let me edit anything - a bit like "read only" please help I have a lot of work to do!! Thank you

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Adobe is a readonly program. There is an Adobe read/write program but very expensive. Check with your IT department to see if they can zip the program to your home computer, if not, any document you want to edit needs to be sent as an attachment in the MS extention you will be using; ie: .doc, .exl, etc.
Save the document on your desktop, with another name and email it to your office. Don't make the changes without changing the name, the changes will not be saved to the original attachment.

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