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Rderrico

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What is "~wrl2852.tmp" and why is it saving itself in a folder called "templates"??

Application Data/Microsoft/Templates
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Rorschach112

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It is related to Microsoft Word as far as I know
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Whenevere you edit a word document, you will see a ~xxxxxx.tmp file created in either the default directory or in the directory of the file you are editing. It's used to hold changes made to the document until you close the file. Sometimes they get left behind though I don't know why.
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So there is nothing to worry about then. cool, thank you!! :)
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