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I'm at my wits end. I created some files on my computer (computer #1 Excel spreadsheets) and emailed them to a different computer (computer #2) on our local network. The folder was setup to share and allow users to change my files. On the computer where they were emailed, they went in the shared documents folder with a sub-folder name(ADMDEST). ADMDEST was set up to share and allow users to change the files. Now computer #3 can go to computer #2's shared documents and access ADMDEST, but when they try to change a field, (like selling price), it will not allow it to be modified. It comes back with a message to give the file a new name and make a new copy or version of it. It says it is a read-only.
I'm lost, please help. One thought I have is maybe the files were not originally created on computer #2.
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