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  1. Posts : 232
    Windows 10 Home
       #1001

    I was just wanting to say that I am very happy I found this help forum. I have read and tried many useful tutorials and helpful answers here. Thanks all. Happy 4th of July (tomorrow).
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  2. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #1002

    I just got Microsoft 365. I have a fillable PDF document. When I fill it and save it to my desktop, it saves as a PDF. If I re open it, make some changes, and try to hit "save," it doesn't re save it as a PDF. It re saves it under internet explorer. What gives? How can I get my document to re save as a PDF? You know, like normal.
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  3. Posts : 232
    Windows 10 Home
       #1003

    lthigpen23 said:
    I just got Microsoft 365. I have a fillable PDF document. When I fill it and save it to my desktop, it saves as a PDF. If I re open it, make some changes, and try to hit "save," it doesn't re save it as a PDF. It re saves it under internet explorer. What gives? How can I get my document to re save as a PDF? You know, like normal.
    Hi, Can you do "save as " instead and choose to save a pdf with the drop down box as a work around . Also check file associations for PDF in settings to associate it with word. Go to the apps page and then default apps. Scroll to bottom and choose set default apps by file type.
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  4. Posts : 5
    win 10 64 Bit
       #1004

    humbird said:
    Hi, Can you do "save as " instead and choose to save a pdf with the drop down box as a work around . Also check file associations for PDF in settings to associate it with word. Go to the apps page and then default apps. Scroll to bottom and choose set default apps by file type.
    Hi. i had the same problems in a lot of ereas on my Pc win 10, so try this. click search, tipe microsoft store, when opened go top right click on the dotted align, click update and install. after all has updated and installed all in my Pc is back to what it was. Hope this helps you
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  5. Posts : 1,602
    W10 Enterprise
       #1005

    lthigpen23 said:
    I just got Microsoft 365. I have a fillable PDF document. When I fill it and save it to my desktop, it saves as a PDF. If I re open it, make some changes, and try to hit "save," it doesn't re save it as a PDF. It re saves it under internet explorer. What gives? How can I get my document to re save as a PDF? You know, like normal.
    Do you have Adobe Acrobat Reader on your system?

    PDF reader, PDF viewer | Adobe Acrobat Reader DC
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  6. Posts : 5
    win 10 64 Bit
       #1006

    lthigpen23 said:
    I just got Microsoft 365. I have a fillable PDF document. When I fill it and save it to my desktop, it saves as a PDF. If I re open it, make some changes, and try to hit "save," it doesn't re save it as a PDF. It re saves it under internet explorer. What gives? How can I get my document to re save as a PDF? You know, like normal.
    Hi. i had the same problems in a lot of ereas on my Pc win 10, so try this. click search, tipe microsoft store, when opened go top right click on the dotted align, click update and install. after all has updated and installed all in my Pc is back to what it was. Hope this helps you
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  7. Posts : 3
    Windows 10 64 bit
       #1007

    Hello,
    Born and raised in Avon, CT (11/12/1969). BS Degree from CCSU in Industrial Technology, Specializing in Occupational Safety and Health. Living in New Hampshire now for 22 years. Married and have 2 beautiful children (Son 24 yrs+ Daughter 21 yrs). Was recruitted by Hardware Store that I managed to replace a retiring employee. Learned as I went with no formal training. Learning everyday.

    Joining a Forum has been a long time coming. I am so glad I finally took the plung. Hoping someone can assist. The subject/Title for my question is: Scripting, either PS or cmd, to change Windows Update Advanced option

    Jobs:

    AAA Fleet Tow Truck Operator
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    Favorites:
    Snowmobiling in Pittsburg NH
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    Favorite Personal Saying: Everything cannot go wrong all the time...Eventually, something has to work out correctly
    Last edited by jonathanbilski; 29 Jul 2019 at 14:05. Reason: Wanted to add my favorite saying
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  8. Posts : 1,602
    W10 Enterprise
       #1008

    jonathanbilski said:
    Hoping someone can assist. The subject/Title for my question is: Scripting, either PS or cmd, to change Windows Update Advanced option
    Welcome to the Forum Jonathan, it's a great place to be.

    Here's a tut that will give you a start in PS, hope it helps.

    Update and Upgrade Windows 10 using PowerShell
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  9. Posts : 3
    Windows 10 64 bit
       #1009

    Thanks, I'll take a look.
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  10. Posts : 6
    windows 10
       #1010

    names Daniel from Kentucky been messing with pc's since 2004. disabled but enjoy music and getting out of the house when i can
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