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save a document using microsoft office document image writer

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we have a .mdi file that we use and print using the microsoft office document image writer, we try to save it to the desktop or my documents but it will not save. you can do the save as > name the doc, > select desktop > then save but it will not save it. Did a search on the computer and did not find the file.
We can do this from any other PC on the network and it will save the file to the desktop or where ever.
This is on a windows 2000 PC. Why can't I save this doc.
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Has anyone seen this or a similar problem? Can anyone help with this issue?
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try to repair office, with the analyse and repair option in the help section, or from add / remove programs
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