moderated Re: saving documents in Word
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I am not, at the moment, sure of where the setting is that can fix this. It occurs because of One Drive and Office 365. My workaround is I hit F12 and save as another document with a different file name. Also, I do not use AutoSave function.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Richard Turner
Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2019 1:48 PM
Subject: Re: saving documents in Word
You might want to check the saving options you have by hitting alt+f, then t, and arrow down to saving and tab through there.
I’m not sure what would cause your issue, I always get prompted to save my changes.
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I am using Jaws 18 with Windows 10 and Office 365.
Until relatively recently, when closing a document in MS Word with alt f4 or control f4, if I’d made changes, I would be asked if I wanted to save the changes before closing. But now it just closes and saves.
Today this was a real nuisance as I’d slightly customised my Christmas letter for an individual, but I hadn’t intended this to change the original letter which still needs to go out to some people. When I closed it though, it didn’t ask if I wanted to save the changes – it just did so!
How in future can I prevent this from happening?
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