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I received an email through hotmail that needed to be altered. Instead of
saving the document to the hard-drive I opened it then continued to make the
changes. Sometime later I saved the document, but, forgetting that I hadn't
already saved it to the hard-drive I simply click the save/disk icon. It
seemed to work at the time, but I have since closed and reopened word and the
document is nowhere to be seen! Does anyone know where it could be?
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I aqm not sure where Hotmail saves its temporary files, but see
http://www.gmayor.com/outlook_attachments.htm

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_Lucilla_ wrote:
I received an email through hotmail that needed to be altered.
Instead of saving the document to the hard-drive I opened it then
continued to make the changes. Sometime later I saved the document,
but, forgetting that I hadn't already saved it to the hard-drive I
simply click the save/disk icon. It seemed to work at the time, but I
have since closed and reopened word and the document is nowhere to be
seen! Does anyone know where it could be?



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