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Need more info, can you save as a .txt or .rtx ? Have any other problems with saving to the drive? Have you tried to-- save as-- and put your doc in a new folder or rename the doc?

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I want to do my assignment on word.i want to save this to my u.s.b ,im not great on computers and dont no how to save or if have to do anything so my computer regodnises the flash in the first place pleze...


Check
1. Word document .doc extension (Word 97-2003-document); this way
you can access the document even on older computers.
2. Connect the Cruzer always directly to the computer for transfers.
3. USB flash drive enough free memory (e.g. pics require a lot of memory)
4. USB flash drive has memory format FAT or FAT32
5. Have a backup on your computer on a seperate partition of the hard drive on your computer; another partition than the place where "My documents" are located. (in case you should have to restore the Operating System)

See next items how to locate your flash drive on the computer.:

Windows requirements:

When there's a drive letter conflict it can happen that the flash drive is not recognized, see:
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You can also right click on the document and next select copy.
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Lost word.doc while saving direct to Cruzer


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will be wherever it was configured in Word,
may be the last version recoverable

in Word
goto
Tools
options
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and get the location for 'autorecover files'
open explorer and the last saved file should(fingersXed) be in that folder

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