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MS Office Document Locked by the Author

Posted on 2014-10-16
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I have issues with my own documents locking me out. Especially with PPT. I get messages that say the document is read only and I have to save under a different name...

Is another process open or what??
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What version of office is in play here?

Have a look and see if this can help resolve the issue:

http://word.mvps.org/faqs/apperrors/lockedfiles.htm
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MS Office 2010.

Doh!! I forgot about the tmp/locked files thing!! I will try that!!

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