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MS Office files disappearing

Posted on 2011-03-01
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Hello,

For some reason my MS office files keep disappearing from my computer, does any one have any
solution or insight on this.

Thank you

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Please elaborate?

Files you save?

Files part of office?
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Documents, excel files, that were save in "my documents" folder.
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Do you have a roaming profile or folder redirection (behaving badly)? Do you have any archiving software that could move the documents?
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