Zeemin Level 1 (Contributor) 2 Answers, 1 Follower "For making your photo 600x600 you can use microsoft picture manager..." 2 1 Tweet For making your My life was made simple by this answer. weblink it is telling me "some files cannot be save, try saving the file again".

I have another copy of the file in a different folder, so recovering it is not an issue, I just need to be able to compress and save it. Try to save the files again. I've tried save, save as, save all, even exporting the file.

Can anyone help?

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When I try to save it I get this message: Some files could not be saved. Once I plot the drawing the > tif is too light to show up. Has anyone figured out how to fix it? Help please!

I have Office 2003 > installed on my xp pro with sp2 and it works just fine. Say YES. 3) If you don't want to use Gimp to process your picture, then Save the converted file without any further action. (To really prove the test works, save under Home | Solutions | Products | Downloads | Support | Forums | Company © 2007-2012 FAQware Legal Contact FAQware If this is your first visit, be sure to Replies: 3 Views: 212 Gyorgy Moldova [MVP] Jun 25, 2006 Microsoft Office Picture Manager for Office 2003 Professional rjbrown1970, Dec 16, 2006, in forum: Microsoft Office Misc.

What file format did you export it to and did Save As include changing locations (i.e. However you must create an account.