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VISTA And saving in FP

VISTA And saving in FP

VISTA And saving in FP

(OP)
Running Vista with Office 2007 and FrontPage 2003.  Opened a website in
Frontpage 2003 and tried to edit and save a Word document that had been
saved previously in Word 2003.  Was able to edit but as soon as I hit save
the error "document not saved" pops up.  I am able to hit save as and save it
to another location.  I can resave the file as an .docx and then open it,
edit it, and then save again (as an .docx) without an errors but am unable to
edit a .doc file and then resave it as an .doc file to the same location with
Word 2007.  I made sure to load FrontPage 2003 first and run all office
updates before loading 2007.  I've tried this on multiple machines and get
the same error.   

I've tried this scenario on Office 2003 and Vista no problems.  Also on
Office 2007 and XP with no problems.  It only occurs on Office 2007 and Vista.


I have the same problem with updating a Excel document but the error is a bit
different - something like "Unable to save".


Any ideas??
Thanks Daniel

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