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OneDrive for Business says there's not enough space but I know there is

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I am new to OneDrive for Business and Office 365. When I go to save an MS Word file onto OneDrive, it tells me that there is not enough space available. But I know there is. I have 25gb of space with only about 3gb used up and the file I am editing is less that 10 megabytes. So there should be enough space. Can anyone enlighten me about what's going on? Since time is of the essence, I will rate this question with a high number of points.

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Could be lack of permissions, check that and review event log for more specifics on why the rejection.
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