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Best Answer RMcKee , 28 May 2017 - 07:10 AM

There are also plenty of other word-processing programs that can work with Word files (e.g. Open Office, LibreOffice). If it useless try to repair Word file here: https://onlinefilere...air-on... Go to the full post »


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cooke66

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I have created .docx extension file (Microsoft Word). I have been working with it for month. Now when i try to reopen the file this message pops up: Use the File Open dialog box to locate the document.
Any sugestions?

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Hello,

Can you right click on the document and choose open?
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There are also plenty of other word-processing programs that can work with Word files (e.g. Open Office, LibreOffice). If it useless try to repair Word file here: 
https://onlinefilere...air-online.html  Just upoload the file and reopen

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The problem is that "winword" (Microsoft Word) is looking for files in your local file system with the same names as the attachments in your document. But the files are not in your local file system -- they're inside a Notes document in a Notes database. Word doesn't know how to get them from there.

Look at the AttachmentLaunch @Command. Note, however, you need to have the attachment selected on screen for this to work. Sometimes you can arrange for this using commands such as @Command([EditBottom]), to steer the cursor to where the attachment appears.

You can also use a combination of EditDetach and Execute @Commands, that don't require the attachment be highlighted. But for this, you need a directory to detach them to. Do not detach files to the current directory, because this is usually the Notes executable directory, and you risk overwriting files that Notes needs to function. If you know there is a temporary directory on each user's workstation with the same path, you can use that.


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