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With Excel/Word 2007 & saving a modifed document to a mapped network drive (Win Server 2003 STD - fully patched), office reports "filename is currently in use" message.  The same documents when opened in Excel/Word 2003 are capable of being saved without any problems.  Does anyone have an idea??

I have searched the web & not found any discussion on this.
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From http://forums.contribs.org/viewtopic.php?p=170075&sid=0bb6e0698eee994ef2aa15a66145a9d8

(Searched google for Excel 2007 "filename currently in use" ) - appears may be an issue with BitDefender - turn it off, save the file, then turn it  on

Regards
Mike
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Hi mikepolo,

Thanks - The machine does have Bitdefender installed - I will check & get back to you


Cheers
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mikepolo

many thanks - I uninstalled BitDefender on the machine & it now saves files without reporting an error - looks like back to Nortons for the moment!!  I have allocated the points to you.
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