I have made sure that the protected view checkboxes are unchecked, which usually fixes this issue. Hi I have a new copy ofa Office 2010 on Windows 7 installed ion laptop at time of purchase and registered. As a result, the file structure will not support some features normally available in this version of Word so you shouldn't panic when you can't access it. Please refer to the following article: Meanwhile, please let the user check the following options and test the issue again: 1. Or, if you want to convert a different document template file, then open it instead. How can I delete it? I Sync a number of files with SyncToy between my Desktop W7 Home x64 and my Netbook W7 Starter x32 with an external hard drive. I don't notice it until I'm going to save and I'll get the notification that I cannot save the file, only save as a new one.
If you open a document created in Word 2007, for example, Word 2010 will detect this and switch to compatibility mode. By the way, what causes this annoying thing to happen? You will immediately see at the top a message indicating that you are in compatibility mode. Do you have write permissions? I have to re-save the file each time with a new name. Hope this information could help you more or less. When I found a problem deleted it on search about Adobe but no still joy. I have tried converting, deleting, moving, and renaming the Normal.
She tries it again and it works great. That can happen for a variety of reasons, including but not limited to an add-in that has opened Normal. However, you can easily convert it to Word 2010 and thereby enable the new functions. Your feedback is very welcome. There is this Office Customization Tool in Office 2010 that is available but that is more a tool for enterprise than for an individual installation of Office 2010.
On clicking Convert, a dialogue box is displayed explaining that the document will be converted to the newer file format. If she waits, does it eventually work? On 2011-09-20 21:52, God's Light wrote: I have windows 7 with word 2010. Click on it, and then click on Open. You should see a list of locations at the left, including one called Templates, as shown here. They may need it in the older format. I also tried adding the temporary internet file location to trusted locations. I just bought your book and it says: Finally, if you have specific questions about Word 2010, please feel free to post them on my Word Bible blog: I have this tricky question about Word 2010 and I apologize for sending you such a difficult question.
The new Word documents pen in compatibility mode compatibility for 2003 and when I try to save a new document it suggests. As a result, there are two Compatibility modes—not just one: We now have doc for Word 97-2003 files, and docx for Word 2007 files. I then click no… then it states again: Word automatically saved changes to the normal document template, do you want to load it? Finally, create a new file based on the template you just edited to confirm that the conversion worked. Are you doing anything during the session to modify normal. I don't think Box plays any role in this. Choose File — Convert, as shown here: Word prompts you to confirm the conversion.
How can we fix this so that the documents do not open in read-only mode? This is the default location for user templates in Word 2010. It might get answered a bit sooner…. But you can leave Compatibility Mode, if you like. This converts the file to the new format. It displays the user that the document is saved in the.
Thanks, -Marty Hi Marty, I think this is the command you want. And it goes on in this cycle. When I try to open any files including. Then it goes on to say: word automatically saved changes to the normal document template, do you want to download it? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Once I opened a Word 2003 document in Word 2010 in compatibility mode and it asked me if I wanted to update to a stronger encryption but I declined wrongly I assume. I had Office 2007, that Installed parallel 2010 and yesterday removed 2007, but 2010 is still opening in compatibility mode but I am not opening files but new documents but still compatibility mode.
The error message was saying the problem comes from the sharing options. My first guess would be an add-in. If your primary goal is to edit the Word document, you can copy the Word document's text and paste it into a new Word document and then save the new document onto your computer. Also, the AppData folder and everything under it is marked as Hidden by default, so you might not be able to see it if you try to navigate the folders. In addition, please save the document to local drive and check if it opened in read-only mode.