Have you ever had the bad inspiration to delete important files? What about formatting a usb/sd drive with all your vacation photos? How did you felt and what you did to recover your lost data? Read More
The disk is full trying to write to Macintosh HD. Free some space on this drive, or save the document on another disk.
Try one or more of the following:
*Close any unneeded documents, programs, and windows.
*Save the current document on another disk.
If you run into this error you might need to check this error first:
“Word is unable to save the AutoRecover file in the location you have specified.“
Word is unable to save the AutoRecover file in the location you have specified. Make sure that you have specified a valid location for AutoRecover files in Preferences, and that you have permission to write files to the location you specified.
If you get into this error massage check if there is any location set for the autorecovery files (I had it empty), and change it or set one:
- Go to: Word > Preferences (or press ⌘,) > Personal Settings > File Locations.
- Either double click on “Autorecover files” or single click and then click on “Modify”.
- Pick a folder and then hit “Open” I have it in Documents > Microsoft > Office 2011 Autorecovery.
Avoid folders where Word app can get into trouble with file permission (changing or saving). Also, if you use Desktop or other folder that is synchronized with iCloud, be aware that large documents need more time to upload. A small internet connection might block word access for quite a long time and this message can become quite frustrated.
I just scanned a multiple page document and I just saw that all my pages are upside down. For one image is easy to rotate … just open it and use the rotation arrows to do it. But when you deal with 60 of them, you might want to do it all at once.
And that’s pretty easy to be done.
- Select all files …. CTRL+A … click and drag for selection … CTRL+click … SHIFT and arrow keys.
- Right Click and select Rotate clockwise or Anticlockwise
Sometimes you have to work with some old devices. Some of them are based on Windows CE operating system. Running into trouble with this devices is quite a pain. Fortunately, if you connect a keyboard you can use a lot of shortcuts to find a work around and troubleshoot.
|Ctrl + Alt + Equal (=)||Calibrate Touch|
|Shift + Shift||Caps Lock|
|Fn + Ctrl||Numlock, Numeric Keypad|
|Alt + Ctrl||Alt Tap (Right Click)|
|Alt + Up Key||Page Up|
|Alt + Down Key||Page Down|
|Alt + Left Key||Home|
|Alt + Right Key||End|
|WinKey + Esc||Toggle open windows|
|WinKey (or) Ctrl + Esc||Display Start Menu|
|WinKey + M||Minimise All|
|WinKey + –||PC Link|
|WinKey + /||Stylus Configuration Properties|
|WinKey + C||Control Panel|
|WinKey + E||Windows Explorer|
|WinKey + Run||Run Dialogue|
|WinKey + H||Help|
|WinKey + i||Stylus Properties|
|WinKey + K||Keyboard Properties|
|WinKey + Space Bar||Windows Shortcut Key Help|
|WinKey + TAB||Minimise All|
|Alt + Tab||Task Manager|
|Ctrl + Alt + Del||Task Manager|
|Ctrl + Alt + Backspace||Task Manager|
|Alt + Esc||Cycle Open Windows|
|Ctrl + A||Select All|
|Alt + Enter||Right Tap, Properties|
|Alt + H||Help (in most programs)|