Problem with MS Office 2003 and Windows 7

  Allenf 11:06 04 Jan 11

For some years I have been running my small office using a Mesh computer with MS Office 2003. Files have been stored on the internal hard drive and automativally backed up on an Iomega external hard drive.

I have just moved on to a new computer running Windows 7, 64-bit.

I have loaded MS 2003 and it seems to work well (to an extent)

I have created a new set of folders applicable to the business.

I have transferred the files from the old Mesh computer by moving the Iomega drive over and dragging the files to the now computer.

All well so far !

However, when for example I create a new Word file (only file created so far) and then attempt to save it in the newlt created folder I get a message come up saying that it cannot be saved as the disc 'may be full, write protected or damaged'.

However again, I can store the file on either a CD or a Memory stick and then drag it into the appropriate folder.

What can/should I do ?



  KremmenUK 13:52 04 Jan 11

You could try right clicking the folder and clicking the 'take ownership' option.

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