I'm working in Adobe Pro DC. Whenever I try to save a file, I get a message that I can't save that type of file. It's creating a tmp file every time I make edits to a document and then trying to save the changes to the tmp file. So, every time that I edit, I have to do "Save As" and rename the file. How can I keep this from happening because it's really annoying and anyone else who may make edits to the file will have the same issues.
I probably didn't explain my problem well. I opened a file names "Annie". Made a change. Then hit save. Then I get this message.
"The document could not be saved. Cannot save to this file name. Please save the document with a different name or in a different folder."
The when I choose save as, I see that in the "File Name" box, there is this "A9R1acqjji_12sokdq_1y4.tmp" So, it looks to like it's trying to save my changes to a temp file instead of modifying the original. That's my uneducated guess, though.
This is happening to me every time. Did you find a fix?
Did you find a fix? I am having this issue too.
I see it's almost been a year and this isn't resolved - I constantly have this issue (and a couple others) even after getting a new computer and installing fresh. Have you personally figured this out yet? Is Adobe just ignoring persistent bugs?
Hello, This exact problem is happening to one of our users as well. Did anyone find a fix?
Does anyone has a solution? We have the same issue
Found the answer somewhere else and wanted to post it here. This fixed the issue for me
navigate to Edit>Preferences>Securtiy(Enhanced)>uncheck 'Enable Protected Mode at startup'. is the answer.
It's wonderful that has worked for you. Several of us in my office are having this problem and unfortunatly that didn't fix it for us.
I have the feeling this is an update with Mircosoft because we haven't updated our Adobe for at least a year. This problem started about a month ago and we are heavy Adobe users.
Thought I would add that so hopefully someone comes up with another answer.