Save As doesn't


RobS

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Iam no longer able to save files to the precise folder I want. I am offered a truncated menu of places to put the file,but none that I want. Finally I leave it in desktop Can anyone help with this problem please?
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RobS
 
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Lufbrarunner

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At the right hand side of the 'Save as' box is a down arrow, if you click this you will get a finder window where you can select the destination of your file.
 

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I am afraid the down arrow only takes me to a selection of upper heirarchy folders which do not open That has been my problem. I am sure there is one quick, complete answer. I thought you had cracked it but I'm afraid not. But many thanks all the same.
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Hello and welcome.

-Which version of OS X?
-Which application is this happening in...or is it all?

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Thank you for your greetng. I am using Sierra at the moment on an iMac and the fault appeared suddenly and seems to affect all applications. I believe I must have slipped into some alternative programme inadvertantly and it will take a simple click to get me back to normal. Any advice would be greatly welcomed. RobS
 
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No worries.

I have seen this issue previously, but want to try a few things before we go too deep in your hidden User Library folder.

-Can you upload a screenshot, so we can see what the issue looks like?
-I am sure you have tried a simple restart? ;)

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