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Initializing root folders

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When I try to save a file to a different folder i get a message saying "initializing root folders."  When I got to disconnect network drives, I get a message saying there are no network drives connected.
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by:houssam_ballout
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how are you trying to save?
Are in your joining a domain or what?
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by:yonatanz
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Hi jjlauterbach,

Try this:
Right-click on the My Computer icon on the Windows desktop, then choose "Disconnect Network Drive", and disconnect any mapped drives that are not currently available.

Does this help?
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by:jjlauterbach
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IIn one of the Office 2007 applications I am clicking on "save as" and then trying to change folders from the pull down box.
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by:jjlauterbach
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IIn one of the Office 2007 applications I am clicking on "save as" and then trying to change folders from the pull down box.
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by:houssam_ballout
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Disconnect your network drive & try
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by:jjlauterbach
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When I click on disconnect network drives, I get a message saying there are no network drives connected.
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by:houssam_ballout
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create a network drive  then disconnect it
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by:jjlauterbach
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How do I create a network drive?
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by:jjlauterbach
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How do I create a network drive?
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by:jjlauterbach
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How do I create a network drive?
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houssam_ballout earned 1000 total points
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Click Tools> Map network drive
then browse to some folder on your network
then restart your computer
disconnect it and try opening office applications and try
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by:jjlauterbach
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Thank youi
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by:houssam_ballout
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You most welcome
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