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SAVE AS targets missing

Posted on 2014-08-18
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Last Modified: 2014-08-19
When saving a file in Excel or Word 'Computer' and 'Libraries' are missing in the left pane.

This only happens in Office applications.

I have attached a screenshot detailing what i mean.
Question by:BWE_Admin
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Brad Groux earned 1500 total points
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I'm sorry I don't have Office 2010 (which is what I believe you are using), but you have you tried right-clicking the bar that says "application links?" Also, check under "tools" in the bottom right-hand next to the save button?

With that said, I know you can change the default save location.

File Tab --> Options, in the Excel Options dialog choose Save from the left column, and then Default File Location in the right pane of the window (see screenshot below).
Excel Default Save Location

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