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If you try to open the file directly from the 'T' drive rather than the recent items list does this still happen and is the 'T' drive internal to the computer or removable, a network drive or a memory stick?
Thanks for your assistance. I think its just down to me being new to the Mac world- i can't even work out where T drive is, lol, but its something within the computer, and not an external drive. What I have just done, is save a file and I've changed the location to 'my documents' and it appears to have saved it correctly. Ill try persevering with that for a while, and see if that helps.
It's also a good idea to save an additional copy of your work on an external disk and/or in the cloud so you have a back-up if something goes wrong (it often does!).
Usually this happens when people save to the 'Desktop' as a temporary measure and then move the file somewhere better. Of course the recently used list doesn't know that has happened and so just looks, doesn't see the file and so reports 'file cannot be found' Persevere you'll get used to it.