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    No Administrator Permission to save file

    This is a boring error and I am sure there is a simple answer but it has defeated me.

    My PC is a stand alone built tower desktop linked to the Internet with password access. There is no one else who uses the kit. I have Windows 7 Home Premium and Microsoft Office 2007.

    Why is it that when I try to save anything I download into a folder in the My Document's library I am informed that I do not have permission and but it can be saved in the Owners area?

    I usually backtrack and save it on the desktop. That is allowed but I then have to transfer the file. Tedious and time consuming and irritating!

    What is wrong?
    C Arrowsmith
    BA(Open), MBCS, CITP, Dip. Mgmt.(Open)

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    You can try using TakeOwnership to fix the issue.

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    It could be your account is at fault. I would change your username, then re create it again and delete the original entirely.
    O wad some Power the giftie gie us, to see oursels as ithers see us!

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