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Odd issue with Word docs

Posted on 2014-11-12
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Hello all,
I have a client with an odd problem.  When he opens a document from a shared drive he gets an error:

Windows cannot find K;\Estate planning\customer, name\living will.doc  Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try it again.

This happens with any word doc in the folders on his K drive.  After he clears the error, he can then click on the document again and it opens without issue.

Any ideas?
Thanks,
jwhite
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Hi All,
Still hoping someone out there will have a bit of assistance with this issue.  It's the first time I've ever seen it and would love to be able to resolve it for the client.
Thanks,
jwhite
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No answers here.  Closing ticket.
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