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I've been getting a similar thing when I transfer a deed file to a stick
memory, then try to open it directly into a big project file. Now I open it
into an empty file, copy it, then open the project file, select Append,
delete the template in this file, then paste my deed there. There is
probably a better way?
I've been wondering if there is a patch or update to the program that fixes
----- Original Message -----
From: "s hankla" <hshankla(a)yahoo.com>
Sent: Monday, January 29, 2007 6:45 PM
Subject: [DMU] Error message when editing text
> In Deedmapper's text page, whenever I try to edit text and subsequently
> save the page, I get an Applicaton Error message. A dialog box appears
> asking me if I want to send the problem to Microsoft. Deedmapper then
> closes and my edits are not saved. This only happens with the first deed
> i.e. the deed at the top of the table. Other deeds can be edited as long
> as they are not Item 1.
> Anyone have a solution?
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In Deedmapper's text page, whenever I try to edit text and subsequently save the page, I get an Applicaton Error message. A dialog box appears asking me if I want to send the problem to Microsoft. Deedmapper then closes and my edits are not saved. This only happens with the first deed i.e. the deed at the top of the table. Other deeds can be edited as long as they are not Item 1.
Anyone have a solution?
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