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On 02/22/2012 04:09 PM, Tom Davies wrote:Hi :)Try changing the name of the file slightly? I tend to 
      "v1" to the end of a file-name and gradually step that up; v2, v3
      and so on. Every so often if i am reasonably sure i wont need
      earlier versions i delete a load of them and take the v number off
      the end.I tried editing/saving the Calc file on a different computer and the
    "save" problem no longer exists.Here's an odd thing- the problem started when I inserted an 
    sheet in the file for a total of 35 sheets in one file.Before I
    inserted the sheet the file was 1.6 meg in size.After the sheetwas inserted the file increased 
to 3 meg!The sheet that was
    inserted didn't have any data in it either.Any idea what could cause that problem?Does your 
disk think it's full?No.The drive is 1 TB with only 2% fullAre you trying to save to a
      protected folder or one that you don't have permissions to save
      to?NoCan you save a non-LibreOffice file
      in the same folder?YesRegards fromTom :)--- On Wed, 22/2/12, 
.peace@aleksandrsolzhenitsyn.netwrote:From: .peace@aleksandrsolzhenitsyn.netSubject: 
[libreoffice-users] File could not be written?To:users@global.libreoffice.orgDate: Wednesday, 22 
February, 2012, 20:30I'm running LibreOffice 3.4.5OOO340m1 (Build:502)On Ubuntu 10.04After 
inserting a sheet within a Calc file I tried to save the
      file butgot the error message;File Could Not be written.How do I fix the problem?
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