Here's the issue I have at work: there is a system comprising of 4 PCs, each with a Corel Draw program (yet unique versions - from 13 and up to 17). However, there is always a glitch when somebody has effectively opened a specific file in CorelDraw, and you likewise open it on an alternate PC, at that point the CorelDraw is simply stacking or once in a while even shuts down, that is, essentially dropping the whole program. On the off chance that I open a document only on one PC, it will open with no issues. Is it an issue caused by various versions of the CorelDraw or is it a system itself? And are there any approaches to avoid it?
P.S.: I asked the same on the Corel forum official, but they told me to ask here.
Windows usually forbids other users to change an already open file. This can be bypassed by manually closing the session with computer that also opened your file.
Thanks shark_, but the problem is that several people need to have the file opened on their computers. Is there any other way?
all these people can open one file on their computers, they just can not save it
Oh, I see, thanks