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    Publisher Web Pages not saving

    One of our IT clasrooms is having problems when saving MS Publisher 2003 web pages.

    The error is that the disk is full

    I have tried saving it to the users home drive and also to the public drive, but both sit there for about 5 mins before saying the disk is full.

    Neither disk is full and all other MS and Serif programs will save with no problems.

    As far as I am aware there are no databases connected to any of the sites and the other annoying thing is that this problem is intermittent, one day they can save the next day they cant.

    Any ideas anyone????

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    Anyone???

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    I think we had something like this as well I'll see if I can dig up anything.


    Wes

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    Right I think it was with Pub 2000 not 2003 however the edugeek forum brought up this:

    MS Publisher 2000 - Disk Full error

    Disk is Full - error message in Publisher : Microsoft Publisher 2003

    Disk is Full Error




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    never use publisher!! use notepad!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesleyw View Post
    Right I think it was with Pub 2000 not 2003 however the edugeek forum brought up this:

    MS Publisher 2000 - Disk Full error

    Disk is Full - error message in Publisher : Microsoft Publisher 2003

    Disk is Full Error

    Wes
    Thanks for that, still dont know why it does it but hopefully this will get around the problem



    Quote Originally Posted by gibbo_ap View Post
    never use publisher!! use notepad!!!

    I would if it was me but it was one of the IT classes

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    Does it work as administrator? Is it for all users? Is it just that classroom?

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    Not sure about admin, havent had time to try.

    Its not all users, different users, different machines at different times

    It does just seem to be that class but then again that is the only class they are doing that work in.

    Not so much a problem now as they have finished that bit of work for this year, but it will be interesting to see if it happens again.

    It has also done it when mail mergeing and when using access, but only for the odd one or 2 users

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