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Microsoft® Office Groove® 2007 Step by Step by Barry Preppernau, John Pierce, Rick Jewell

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Opening, Editing, and Saving a File in the Files Tool

The steps you follow to open and edit a file from the Files tool in Groove will be familiar if you have worked in other Microsoft Office applications. You can, for example, right-click a Microsoft Office Word document in the Files tool, click Open, and the file opens in Word, ready for revision. After revising a file that you open from the Files tool, however, you need to be sure that you save changes back to Groove as well as saving the changes in Word or whichever application was used to create the file.

Troubleshooting

More than one member of a workspace can open and edit the same file at the same time (assuming these members have the right level of permission), and then save their changes ...

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