There are a couple of ways to remove the read only attribute. For those that are most comfortable dealing with the Explorer interface: Move to the file, right click on it, choose properties and whack enter, then remove the check from the read only box. For those who like DOS: Open a DOS box, then type- attribute [file name] -rwhere [file name] is the file name or full path (depending on where you are) to the file in question.
HTH, Dave At 09:39 PM 12/13/2007, you wrote:
Hello, I downloaded Lessi's Book "Celebrate". I did so because I am wanting to validate in word rather than in Openbook, and I thought this short file would be a way to get started. however, this is a read-only file and I don't find any option to change from read-only to allow me to edit and save the changed file.If someone could tell me how to change a .rft file from read-only to edit, I would appreciate it.Otherwise, I'll just release the book in the morning.I have been validating books in openbook, but frankly after having to reject three books in that format I would like to validate .rft files. I understand that I should be able to edit .rft files with Openbook, but attempting that hasn't worked so well for me either. Maybe I should stick to simply submitting books.Cat Lover Lori No virus found in this incoming message. Checked by AVG Free Edition.Version: 7.5.503 / Virus Database: 269.17.1/1183 - Release Date: 12/13/2007 9:15 AM
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