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From Tubular <tubu...@iinet.com>
Subject Re: printer * corrected response
Date Sat, 05 Apr 2014 16:49:53 GMT
Unable to edit document - under Windows, if you have the original 
document open and try to open another ****copy****, the second copy will 
be a read only.  To change from read only to active document, save it 
under a new name.  Less complicated that using windows to change the 
attribute as suggested below.



Alan B wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 5, 2014 at 9:42 AM, Joe Tomaselli <Joetomaselli5@verizon.net>wrote:
>
>   
>> After I print a letter and go to mailing... where is the print button to
>> print an envelope?
>>
>>     
>
> Use "Insert | Envelope..." from the menu to get to a dialog to print to an
> envelope. To have a print envelope button it is necessary to modify the
> tool bar to show a button for this feature. It is not there by default.
>
>
>   
>> I wrote a letter and tried to delete it but keep the heading but it will
>> not delete. Why not?
>>     
>
>
> Not sure but... perhaps the document is read only? Right-click on the
> document. If an "Edit" option is displayed on the pop-up menu that appears,
> click "Edit". The document will then be ready to edit.
>
> If the operating system (perhaps you're using Windows?) sees the file as
> read-only then clicking "Edit" on the pop-up menu will display a message
> asking if you'd like to edit a copy of the document. Click "Yes" to edit a
> copy. If the original file must be edited then need to use Windows to
> change the file from read-only to read/write.
>
> This may seem like double-speak, sorry. The file can be read-only from AOOs
> point of view or from Windows point of view. If clicking "Edit" as
> described above causes the question "do you want to edit a copy of the
> document" to appear then Windows (if that's what you're using) sees the
> file as read-only. AOO will not over ride that and so asks you if you'd
> like to edit a copy. If Windows sees the file as read/write then AOO will
> make the document editable immediately after clicking edit on the pop-up
> menu and won't ask if you'd like to edit a copy.
>
>
>
>   

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