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Have to change name of excel file to save

Penncomp
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I have an issue with a excel on office 2007 whereby the person has to change the name of the file each time, after making a change,  or it will not allow him to open it.  It give message ‘  the document was saved successfully but excel  cannot reopen it because of a sharing violation.  Please close the document and try to open it again. ‘ when trying to open after making a change if he does not change file name.  have verified that it is not a shared document because when you go to review - share workbook, the allow changes by more than one user at same time is not checked .  Also verified that it is independent of whether it’s saved at network or on desktop(happens at both places).  I disabled and enabled the trend antivirus and it appeared to work for a while(I saved two different documents with changes as same name and it opened fine on both documents - even after av was re-enabled).  But it seems to be happening again.  Wondering if there is a third party program that could be doing this perhaps or a patch.  
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