Re: how to fix issue with Word 2010 on saving
Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
Hi Ann & All,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Try the following:
While in Word, if you go to Tools, Options, Advanced tab there is a checkbox
that you can uncheck, prompt before saving normal template. If you uncheck
this checkbox, any changes to the normal template will be saved
automatically without bringing up that dialogue. While on the Advance Tab,
Alt + O, is the keystroke that will get you there more quickly. Note: you
may have to invoke the Alt + O keystroke more than once to get you there.
Then, tab to okay, press the spacebar to save your changes & close options.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Ann Byrne via Jfw
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Cc: Ann Byrne
Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2015 5:34 AM
Subject: RE: how to fix issue with Word 2010 on saving
The thing it wants to save is not the open
document, but the template, normal.dotx, behind
it. You shouldn't lose your data. Normal.dotx
is the template you get when you open a blank
document. It has line spacing set to single,
margins an inch on all sides, and so on. I don't
know what triggers Word's opinion that I have
made changes effecting this template, and when I
have saved it out of frustration I don't find any
difference in my new documents. I have never
lost data by saying 'no'. I usually press escape
twice, which then gives me a choice to 'yes or
no' save the template, and I say no and go on
about my business. Rebooting fixes it, though.
At 07:04 AM 9/30/2015, you wrote:
I had never encountered this message until
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