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#1 simplyjudi

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Posted 24 January 2012 - 03:35 AM

:unsure: I did something stupid....in trying to update my resume so I could send to prospective employers (u kno the usual thng tht u do wth resumes) I opened it to allow changes and now I cannot save it. It appears to be saving the document but when I open it, the curser is active. :hysterical:

Can someone smarter (at least) tell me how to undo whatever I did, so that I can save it properly :welcome:

I certainly cannot send to employers with the cursor blinking a thousand times a minute. :bounce:

Thanks so much...simplyjudi :cool:

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#2 Orange Blossom

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Posted 24 January 2012 - 07:53 PM

Hello,

I'm a bit confused about your problem. You state that the document doesn't save. Do you mean that the changes you wrote in the document aren't saving? Or do you mean that when you save it, the changes you have made ARE saved but it is saved in a way that allows you to make changes to the document, hence the blinking cursor?

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