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2016-08-27 Windows 7 - Deleting a write-protected folder:

Hi    It depends on who owns the folder, if you are admin you may be able to "take ownership" and then change the permissions and then delete:    https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753659(v=ws

2016-08-27 Windows 7 - Deleting a write-protected folder:

Hello Wayne    The following easy steps should do the trick:    Step 1  Click the Windows "Start" button and choose "Computer" from the menu to launch Windows Explorer.  Step 2  Navigate to the folder

2016-08-27 Windows 7 - Deleting a write-protected folder:

Hello Wayne,     1>Click the Windows "Start" button and choose "Computer" from the menu to launch Windows Explorer.    2>Navigate to the folder that contains the read-only file.    3>Right-click the file

2016-08-27 Windows 7 - Deleting a write-protected folder:

Hello, Wayne.  Thank you for your question!    In order to delete a write protected file or folder, you have to disable the "Read Only" attributes of said object.  To do so you will have to:    - Right

2016-08-26 Excel - formula:

Tony,    If you generate a PDF, it should be the same whether you have printed the sheet or you haven't as long as printing the sheet doesn't establish new formatting (in other words if you have a beforeprint

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