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Saving Lotus Smartsuite97 files to CD-RW

Saving Lotus Smartsuite97 files to CD-RW

Saving Lotus Smartsuite97 files to CD-RW

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hi all

I am trying to save my spreadsheets to CD-RW - these have been on my old Windows 98 computer for many years and I need to load them onto my laptop for a VAT inspection (Arrrrggghhhhh!!!!).
However, I keep getting a message saying "You do not have permission to open this file" "See the owner of the file or an administrator to obtain permission"!
I have no idea what to do about this as I have no passwords etc attached to this program ..... can someone please advise.

Thanks

RE: Saving Lotus Smartsuite97 files to CD-RW

right click on file and check permissions. Just copy the file, don't open it.

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