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Hello,
I have an installation on WordPerfect X4 that the user cannot save a document to the network drive. He has full access rights and the file is not read only. WordPerfect gives him a access denied error. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

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Is it any file or just one file?  If one, then he is probably saving to an MSWord format.  Save to a lower version of MSWord.  
If the other, then permission issues are in play most likely.  Be sure that he has permissions in the folders and the registry.  Check the Temp folder and you might clean it while you are doing the housework.  CCleaner works well for that.
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Thanks for your input. I forgot I posted this question. It turned out to be Wordperfect issue. I upgraded and all the problems went away.
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