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Cant Edit Module Error

Posted on 2005-03-24
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I copied all my source code projects to one cd and went to another location. When I copied the files to the Desktop all the files gave a (Cant Edit Module) Error, I am not currenlty using VSS so im guessing it had to be from putting them on the CD.  Is there a way to fix this with out me having to go back to work to recopy the files?
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In Windows Explorer, right click the file.  
Click Properties.  
Uncheck "Read Only."  
Click Apply.
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that did the job thank you very much
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