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Hello, When is open an attachment in outlook 2010 and i modify it i want to save it in the outlook mail. But because it is read only i can't. In outlook 2007 i could do this. How can i fix this? I hope you understand my question. Thnx Ernst van Wijk, Holland

asked Oct 06 '11 at 06:29

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Ill answer this in both English and Dutch.

Dutch: Hallo Ernst, betreft het hier een pdf? Wanneer je het betreffende emailtje aanklikt, kun je je met rechter muisklik een copy van het bestand opslaan.

English: Is is pdf you want to save? Try clicking it with your right mouse button and select "Save Copy".


answered Oct 06 '11 at 07:04

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Hoi, nee het gaat om word en excel documenten.

It regards to word en excel documents.

(Oct 06 '11 at 07:42) Nesto883 Nesto883's gravatar image

I just tried this at the office. Two things happend. When a coworker tried to send a document that was protected, I couldnt work with it. Just read it. When he send a document without any restrictions, I was able to open it in Word 2010. But a bar appeared in my screen that told me that because of security reasons I wasnt able to work with the file. If I wanted to work with it, I had to press a little button in the same bar. Is this whats happening with you? Or arent you able to work with it at all?

(Oct 06 '11 at 09:01) Beyond_Life Beyond_Life's gravatar image
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