Open Windows Explorer, right click on file, select ''Properties'' and
uncheck the box marked ''Read Only'' in the attribute section at the
bottom of the dialog box.
This will happen when you download files from a CD they were written
This can sometimes happen when you copy drawings from a CDROM to hard disk:
CDROMs are read-only and therefore Windows will copy the attribute
(read-only) of the file as well as the file. Both methods mentioned above
should fix this, but changing the file attribute is the easiest - especially
if you have hundreds of drawings!
Files coming from CD always have 'read-only' marked when copyed to harddisk
it has been so since there are CD-roms (approx 15years).
That is so obvious that i even didn't gave that as an option.
What i like to know from Dennis is:
What was causing the problem and how did you solve it?
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