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This might be an easy question but I just opened a file in Microsoft Word that I previously saved on my desktop. But, now on the desktop, I'm seeing a file that's represented like this: ~$doc. Can someone tell me what type of file that is?
How do I save an edited open word file to different name "save as"?
We store all documents on the network. Some open directly but others insist on downloading first. Does anyone know what would cause this and how we can stop it as some users lose formatting when the files download despite using the same version of Word (2010). Many thanks