Ican not save changes in excel

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  1. haldunc

    haldunc Junior Member

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    Im using Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12,2
    And I have some excel (or word) documents in SD CARD.

    Im opening excel documents, and making some changings on it.
    When I would like to save it in same place (SD CARD) Im taking a warning that this file is only for read.

    And saying please resave it (save as).
    When I do save as, new document is going directly to internal memory. Not to SD CARD.

    How we can find a solution to this problem.
    Kind Regards
     
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    Welcome to the forum

    I had that same experience. I don't think it was designed to save to removable storage. Save it internally and move it is probably going to be the only option.
     
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    Very thanks for your reply.
    They have to find a solution to that problem.
     
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    I don't think they will unless Android makes some serious changes. The other word processing apps have the same issue. It's an Android problem and I doubt it will change.
     
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    Yes
    I have asked same question to Microsoft. And they answered as you, this is a "operating system" problem and so they adviced me to ask this question to Google.
    Can it be useful? I dont know.
     

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