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Old 02-05-2018, 04:03 PM
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I don't believe the former is the case, I was pretty eager to have it save successfully so got that error repeatedly.

I don't think it was a full drive either, I think it's me running out of memory on my PC from having too many spreadsheets open and my computer basically saying f u I'm done. Fortunately got it to agree to save to my local then was able to completely close out of excel, reopen it off my desktop and then save it on the drive.

Definitely a scary error that always seems to catch me having not saved for hours.
Sounds to me like the network balked the first time you tried to save. And subsequent tries didn't work simply because that's how network glitches behave. Saving to hard drive is the only work-around I know of.
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