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On a Windows 7-based computer, you cannot see personal libraries after you locate the Library folder by using the Open or Save dialog box in an Office 2003 program
In a Microsoft Office 2003 program that is running on a Windows 7-based computer, you clickÂ Open
Â orÂ Save
on theÂ File
Â menuÂ to view your personal library. However, the personal library seems to be emptyÂ when you view the Library folder.
Office 2003 is not completely compatible with Windows 7 common dialog boxes.
Save Office 2003 documents in the Documents
, or Videos
locations. To do this, follow these steps:Â
- In an Office 2003 program, clickÂ Save As on theÂ FileÂ menu.
- In the navigation pane on the left side, click My Computer.Â In the main pane of the window, double-clickÂ Local Disk (C:), and thenÂ double-clickÂ the Users folder.
- Double-click <UserName>.
- Select My Documents, My Music, My Pictures, or My Videos, and then click Save.
If you try to save Office 2003 documents in the Library location, you receive the following error message:
You cannot save the file you selected. The folder you selected is not an actual file system location.
Article ID: 2439580 - Last Review: December 3, 2010 - Revision: 3.0
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