"Document Not Saved!"

Mhowells

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Dear all,

Well, thats about it, really. I have been working on this particular spreadsheet for weeks now with few problems beyond it running very slowly (considering how formula heavy it is, this is not to be unexpected). However, as of today I cannot save it.

You select 'Save' or 'Save As', it calculates its formulae (takes about a minute at the moment), then it tries to save before displaying a message that says no more than "Document Not Saved!"

Has anyone seen this before?

Max

Windows NT4 and Office 97.
 

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Mhowells

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Oh, that rings a bell... I copied some formulae over from another spreadsheet and some of them linked over. I thought I caught them all, but I may have missed one.

Cheers!
 

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