WHOOPS!! Many apologies for first posting! I went to lunch and shut down my broadband, not realising that what I had already written would be posted rather than canceled. Anyway my query is:-
I wrote a letter of complaint that I wished my wife to 'polish up' as I tend to get angry and let it show - as she can use better language to express my thoughts.
Having taken three days over this using Word on my desktop she suggested that I emailed it to me so she could access it on her laptop last night and she could work on it in our lounge. I did this by inserting it into an email, which she altered and saved but which we couldn't then find. It turned out that when she opened the email she had had to open an 'imported' copy of Word to read the letter. But when she saved it the letter was not saved back into the email, but instead to a “new” folder. This folder was listed as a sub-folder of ‘C:/Network’ and down a further 7 sub-sub-folders ( whose list I have ), and which I only found I realised that the file we were looking at was not the amended one but the original. The only problem is that using Windows Explorer there do not appear to be any sub-folders on the laptop to “C:/Network”. So I have absolutely no idea where these ‘saved’ files are, or even if the saving was actually carried out. If any one has any idea where these files could be I would be very grateful if you could tell me. We have now used a flash drive, which I suppose is what I should have done in the first place.