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Project 2000 hangs while saving file

Project 2000 hangs while saving file

Project 2000 hangs while saving file

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  We are using Microsoft Project 2000 on Windows NT workstations. We have enough memory, and can run Project 2000 just fine. However, we have a project file on our network, which when we go into project 2000 we can open just fine, no problem, we can click on save, and save the file after we open it, however, if someone makes a change in the file, then tries to save it, it goes to save it, and then just hangs on the save, and we have to close the program and end the task. If anyone has had similar problems, and know how to fix it, please respond. I could find nothing on the MSKB.

TIA

John Vogel
johnvogel@homepage.com
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