ERROR 80040E37 while trying to save changes offline
Error 80040E37 comes out when I am trying to save changes while being offline.
Prehistory: I have moved CRM server on the same domain to another server and
different OU. All the export, import, mapping procedures went smoothly. And
now everything works just fine while being online, no errors during SQL
replication. I have tried to remove replication registry entries from client
machine, delete replication databases from client machine - no use.
...Access 97 won't save changes to form design view.
I make changes in design view but they will not save. If I close the
program, it asks me if I want to save but clicking yes does nothing. The
program will not close until I click no. This is a data base made in Access
95 that has been converted to 97 file extension. The database works fine as
far as entering and finding data. Of course, the help files are of no use...
Thanks in advance for any help.
If the database .mdb file is out on a network, make a copy of it and put it
on your PC. Can you make and save changes now?
Jerry Whittle, Microsoft Access MVP
Light. S...save changes to calendar
I have Publisher 2003 and would like to make a calendar. How to save changes
to the design, and then be able to apply modified design across any selected
date range? I do not want to go in and modify each and every page. Thanks
for your help.
The only workaround is to modify your first month, copy/paste, edit the numbers
and the month name. Insert 11 pages, one for each month.
Calendars are tables, changing the numbers is easy. Getting publications to look
the way we desire always takes a little work.
"Amygdala" <Amygdala@discuss...Preventing "save changes" dialog box???
My spreadsheet data is stored in the range A1:J20. Therefore, I do not
care if a user plays with or modifies cells that are outside of this range.
Can I somehow program Excel to prevent the "Do you want to save
changes?" dialog box if a user changes cells that are out of range and
then s/he closes the workbook??
I basically only want the "save changes" dialog box to be prompted
when cells within the A1:J20 range are modified.
Right click the worksheet tab that your concerned with and paste this
Priv...How to prevent "Save changes to Untitle?"
My app is SDI, View-Doc architecture developed in VS6.0, win2k.
When program exits without Save, I like to prevent program to ask "Save
changes to Untitle?" in some cases.
Any ideas please?
Not sure this is a good way but it seems works. Thanks.
"Bob Lee" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi guys,
> My app is SDI, View-Doc architecture developed in VS6.0, win2k.
> When program...Using PageSetup Default does not save changes when next opened
In Word (MS Office Word 2003 SP3) I make font (from TimesNewRoman to Arial) &
font size (12 to 10), I go to PageSetup hit the Default button. My next
opening of Word I again have TimesNewRoman 12 pt.
I have made changes to NORMAL template many times over years, never had this
Presumably when you click Default... you also answer yes to the ensuing
dialog? There are some add-ins that prevent Normal.dot from being saved;
there are ways to work around them, but a direct solution is just to force
an immediate save of Normal. Press the Shift key while clicking on the File...How to unsort my excel columns after save changes?
If I save changes to the excel file after sorting, I can't able to unsort it
as original. Is there any option to do so in excel?
You cannot undo the sort after saving. The best to do before sorting, is to
add an ID column with numbers running from 1. Then if you want to restore
your sort, you can then sort on this column.
> If I save changes to the excel file after sorting, I can't able to unsort it
> as original. Is there any option to do so in excel?
As sorting in Excel means overwriting all data in new order - definitely no!
The only opti..."Do you wish to save CHANGES" question
In both Excel and Word, when I close a document, I am
asked "do you wish to save changes?" when I have not made
any changes? This question was not asked in Office 2000
and I find it distracting to say the least. Also, I
don't want to change the date of the document was
modified, if indeed it was not modified.
do the documents have any Links in them ? Or fields that could cause the
document to automatically change ? For example, =NOW or =TODAY(), in Excel
would have this effect.
"Gabby" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wro...Cant save changes in subject line
I can not save changes in the subject line. I use DK MUI,
have any of you ever seen the same problem?
Our client has noticed some flaws in the Posting Setup window. When you
choose the series (eg. Purchasing) and Origin All, it always defaults to
certain fields. For example, the Posting Date From is always defaulted to
Batch. If you have selected Transactions for all the purchasing windows, and
then you exit this window by clicking on OK, it actually overwrites all the
windows so that they are all using Posting Date From Batch instead of
Transaction. This raises concerns with our client and they believe that it
needs to be improved. This has caused problems several times and they ha...Prompt for to save changes
I am running Excel 2002 XP SP2 in Windows XP
When I go to close a workbook called 'money' a message box pops up and ask
if I want to save the changes in money.xls - three options = yes - no -
I have about 10 other workbooks and none of them prompt for this changes
save. I am having problems with this workbook - posted under 'File In Use'
at 3:11 PM today - and am wondering if there is a relationship here.
Is there a way to stop this 'save changes' message box? I do not remember
any settings for this message box.
And you're confiden..."Do you want to save changes?" question
Is there a flag or variable or property that I can check
that indicates whether or not the "Do you want to save
changes?" dialog will appear when a workbook is closed??
If someone changes the contents of a cell and tries to close
the workbook without saving, Excel knows that the user
did not save the workbook. So, just to be more clear,
how can I find out if Excel knows that a "save changes"
More than one option.
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
Application.DisplayAlerts = True
ActiveWorkbook.Clos...Prompt user to save changes in a form
I figured out how to prompt my users to save their changes to an existing
record in a form before closing. However, I was wondering how I can make it
so it only prompts them on existing records and not new. Another words if
they create a new record and add in their data I do not want the prompt to
come up when they go to close the window. I hope I am explaining this
Thank you in advance for any help you can give. Also...fyi...I am not very
familiar with sql so I need the "dummy" version please =)
Sorry again, I dont know a whole about all this. Were in...make a duplicate table in access and save changes
I have a table that gives the rates of Dearness Allowance.These rates are
given for different periods in percentages.
ex: 01-01-2009 to 30-06-2009 37%
01-07-2009 to 30-11-2009 45% etc..
This is the default table and is applicable to almost 95% to 97% of
employees. I want to make a duplicate of this table and display it in an
unbound subform ( which is a continuous form). If the user makes any changes
in it, it is then clear that Default rates are not applicable to him. Then, i
want to store the data in a new table tblDeviations where i will store the
EmployeeId also ...Can I save changes to excel on a floppy?
I have a monthly expense I set up in excel. I have to go from office to
office to different computers so if I add in an expense can or will the
update be saved in the floppy or how can I save the changes?
You never open a file on a floppy nor should you ever save a file back to a
Insert the floppy, save the file to the hard disk, open the file (on the
hard disk), make your changes, save the file (on the hard disk), close the
file, copy the file back to the floppy, move on to the next office.
Alternate solution - get a network and stay in your own office. ;-)
M...Save changes for a custom configuration section
I've defined a 'Foo' configuration section in my App.config file:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<section name="Foo" type="FooLib.FooConfigSection, FooLib"></section>
<Foo label="Foo Label"></Foo>
....and defined a custom ConfigSection class:
public class FooConfigSection : ConfigurationSection
[ConfigurationProperty("label", IsRequired=tru...Save changes?
Every time i open an Excel-file saved in an earlier version I get the same
question when closing the file:
Microsoft Office Excel recalculates the formulas when files, saved in
earlier versions of Excel are opened. Do you want to save.....
Is there any way to close this function so that the dialog box does not
appear every time?
Not really, but why do you respond to it with a No everytime ? Save (or
select Yes) once, and it is not saved in an earlier version anymore.
HTH. Best wishes Harald
"Lena_excel" <Lena_excel@discussions.microsoft.com> skrev i melding
news:0DC74CAB...Changed background/font but won't save changes
I'm trying to change an existing presentation created in old version of PP
(2003 I believe). Currently working in Office 2007 and trying to get
background and font color to be straight black and white format. Found the
quick fix in View although that change won't save when I exit and return to
the presentation. What am I missing?
The view options just control the current appearance of the information, not
the information itself.
You will need to change each shape, font and image individually to pure
black or pure white. There is no automatic way to cha..."Save changes" question.
Why do I get a message asking me if I want to save the
changes made to the spreadsheet when I didn't do a thing
to it? I merely opened it up, looked at data in a cell,
and closed it. Nothing was changed, added, deleted, or
Maybe you have Volatile function
See the following webpage
Regards Ron de Bruin
"Paul" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> Why do I get a message asking me if I ...Save Changes question?
I have a form with 2 subforms. Our construction managers will be able to edit
or add new projects. I have allowed for edits and additions in properties.
Will that information automatically be saved? If not, what do I do to make
that happen? Thanks so much!!!
"Golfinray" <Golfinray@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I have a form with 2 subforms. Our construction managers will be able to
> or add new projects. I have allowed for edits and additions in properties.
> Will that information ...Unable to save changes to labels
I'm experiencing a weird problem. When I change the label of an attribute on
the form and click save or save and close, CRM doesn't save the changes. It
just keeps hanging on to the attribute name instead of using the text from
the label I just changed. Please help! This is pretty urgent...
Reinstalling update rollup 2 v2 (re-released) solved the problem. I think the
first update rollup 2 created this problem.
> I'm experiencing a weird problem. When I change the label of an attribute on
> the form and click save or save a...unable to save changes to shared spreadsheet (07)
I have a large spreadsheet that resides on our Windows 2003 server and is
accessed via network shares at our location and terminal server at one remote
It is currently saved in office 2003 format (XLS) and I had to install Excel
2007 since Microsoft released an update a couple of weeks ago that disabled
my sharing Excel 2003 spreadsheets. It by default takes the latest version
as the on that it will open with.
Intermittently, my users remote users receive , "unable to save file, locked
by Administrator" this is me and I am not using. They must do a save as and
th...Excel asks to save changes when noen are made
I have several spreadsheets that make Excel (2003) ask whether to save the
changes before closing the file, even if no changes are made (e.g. open the
file and close it - or select exit - without doing anything else).
I have pinned down one cause of this; it seems that the OFFSET function can
make Excel behave this way (e.g. an otherwize blank spreadsheet with the
function =offset(a1,12,0) ).
- Is there a way to avoid this question (unless I have made changes)?
- Why does Excel think that changes have been made?
you probably have some volatile functions in your spreadsheet (e.g...."do you want to save changes" when I close outlook
I have recently upgraded to office 2007, including outlook 2007. Now when I
add senders to the blocked sender list and then close outlook I am prompted
“do you want to save changes”. If I click “yes” I then get a message window
“the item cannot be saved because it was changed by another user or in
another window”. Also asks “Do you want to make a copy in the default folder
for the item”.
This only happens when senders are added to blocked sender list.
I would like to eliminate the prompt as the senders still seem to be added
to the list.
Previous verion of outlook was 2003. Usin...Selectively disable "Save changes to Untitled?" dialog
I wish to disable the dialog box that appears when a modified document is
being closed. I think it is simple to do in case of a simple SDI or MDI
application. However, my application is an MDI application similar to the
CHKBOOK sample application in MFC (MDI child windows showing different views
of the same document).
The problem - I get "Save changes to the Untitled?" dialog box for each MDI
child window when it's closed. Ideally, I would like to get this dialog box
only when the last active window for the document is closed. Is there any
way to accomplish this?
Thanks for you...