Posted on 2011-04-26
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I have never seen an issue like this. I have an excel document on sharepoint site. Multiple users are able to connect and modify it fine except one user. When he clicks on the link for the excel document it opens up an old version of this document. Even when he browses to the document it still opens up an older version. Not sure how is this possible. The older version has been removed. Any help would be appreciated.
Question by:slepy
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Eldrick Vance earned 2000 total points
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Try clearing his IE cache (temp internet files, history, etc).  And I would check the Temporary Internet File Settings to ensure it is not set to Never check for  newer.   In the same area there is a Files button. Delete the files from there as well.  


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