HI I am working across a server in a work group and we are all working on different documents in a book. we work along opening and closing different documents in the indb but when any one of us wants to close the indb. We always get a do you want to save then it must be saved as a "save as"? we have been having some overwrite issues, so the question is, when it comes up to save the book (indb) - just say no? Trusting that each individual document save is sufficient?
I won't be able to check until Monday, but I have been running updates on the OS and the programs (we are not Lion on the client machines but Lion on the server). So assuming that we are current - what then?
we are not Lion on the client machines but Lion on the server
That might have something to do with it.
Basically I'm just covering the basics first. Networks can be flakey, and I'm not qualified to diagnose Mac network problems, but the more basic info you can provide, the more likely someone else can step up and help.
Yep, checked at work anad at home both are running 7.5.3 and both (one is on a server the other not). Both, when a tell the indb to close it asks (even I have been saving all along the way AND immediately prior to shutting the program down) say "Would you like to save ** file?" When I say OK, it does a "Save as" instead of a palin save. (it says "you know you will be overwriting ***"). Additionally, if I say no, the program or book often will not quit.