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Sir my name is anvesh when im trying to open a file in ms excel named "49a upload" it is displaying a message "cannot access this file it may be read only" please assist me in opening that file in norma mode

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Right click on the file and click on properties, then uncheck the "read only" box. you need to also check if you have the admin rights to open the file since it could be the cause why you're getting that error. if it will still not allow you to open it, ask the author of the file to provide you the rights.

hope this'll help you and just ask me if you'll have other concern.

ciao!

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