Not sure if some other issue is involved, this seems to have changed immediately after updating to 7.5 a day ago. I normally save my .ods files as .uos and .xlsx in case I need to send them elsewhere. It refused to write the ‘file.uos’, so I renamed the existing ‘file.uos’ to ‘file_back.uos’ to no avail and ‘file.ods’ refuses to save as ‘file.uos’. It will not work if I try to save ‘file.xlsx’ Save As… ‘file.uos’, so it doesn’t appear to be the contents.
Error saving the document ‘file’:
The file could not be written.
One more thing. If I close the ‘file.ods’ and go to File Open and select [Spreadsheets], it does not recognize the ‘file_back.uos’ as a spreadsheet type.
If I manually select from [All files] ‘file_back.uos’ to load it, I get:
General input/output error.
It almost seems like someone tried to remove this spreadsheet format and didn’t get it ‘quite right’.
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