saving works 2000 to cdr

  derrickL 16:10 18 Aug 03
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I have tried saving spreadheet from works 2000 running on standalone pc windows ME. I get message "you do not have permission to open file see owners of the file or an administrator to obtain permission" As I am the only person using the computer I would like to know how to overcome this problem Thanks

  jazzypop 16:44 18 Aug 03

Instead of saving direct from Works to CDR, what happens if you save to your Hard Drive first, then use your normal CD recording software to transfer it?

  derrickL 16:48 18 Aug 03

thanks,but it is already saved to hard drive but will try saving again this evening

  User-312386 16:49 18 Aug 03

you cant do it that way

The file needs to be closed and then either dragged and dropped or written to cdr

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