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Old August 11th 12, 09:21 PM
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Unhappy Excel 2010 - Save as activates properties window

I have been struggling for a long time to find out why every time I click on save as button I see the properties window pop up. I don't know if this was set up by mistake when I was testing the VBA or perhaps I have this by default. I checked in other user's excel (within my organization) and they do not have this problem. It is getting a bit annoying each time the window opens. Even if I close it, the workbook saves anyway. I checked if there is a template stored anywhere, I even copied a template from different computer but the problem still remains unsolved. This is the case only with excel, other office programs do not have this. Appreciate your experienced solution. Thanks
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