Word cannot complete the save due to a file permission error 2013

Fix Word 2013 file after File Perfmission error

Have you ever come across a situation wherein you try to save a Word 2013 document, but are unable to do so? When you click “Save”, it brings up the "Save As" menu instead of saving the file, and if you try to overwrite the Word file you get an error like, “Word cannot complete the save due to a file permission error 2013”. And you often have to rename the file every time you save the document. Whatever the case may be, it is very frustrating if you are unable to save a very important Word 2013 document.

MS Word 2013 users often face the above stated error message while creating or editing their updated Word files. This error notification usually arises in case your Word 2013 document has problems such as corruption or damage; there are numerous reasons due to which a Word 2013 document gets corrupt such as large file size, template corruption, macro virus infection, Word file congested with tables and images, bad sectors, storage media corruption, application malfunction or hardware failure etc. However, luckily there are ways to overcome corrupt Word 2013 files. Just go through the below section and learn on how to eliminate the above stated error message

There are two ways which you can use to eliminate the error message:

1st Method: Stopping the Index Server on Local Machine

  • On your Windows computer, click “Start” and then click “Run”.
  • In the dialog box, type “ciadmin.msc” and then press “Enter”
  • After which, click Index Server on Local Machine. On the Action menu, click “Stop”.

2nd Method: Updating the Index Server cache.

  • Go to, “Start” and then click Run.
  • In the Open box, type “ciadmin.msc” and then click “OK”.
  • Expand the Index Server as well as expand the Index Scope on Local Machine.
  • Click on Properties folder, on the Action menu, click “Commit Changes”.
  • Finally, in the Update Cache dialog box, click “Yes”.

Note: The above mentioned ways can be used as a temporary workaround to the problem; however it does not always resolve the problem. For permanent resolution you need to fix the corrupt 2013 document file using an effective Word repair program.

Fixing Word 2013 document file using advanced third party repair utility

If you haven’t got any positive results after following the above mentioned methods, then as said you need to make use an effective third party Word repair utility such as Remo Repair Word to fix and save your corrupt Word 2013 file. Remo Repair is an amazing DOC repair utility that helps you repair corrupt Word files and resolve cannot open Word document access denied as well as other major errors related to Word 2013 file corruption. By using this software, you can successfully fix Microsoft Word runtime error with both .doc and .docx extension. The best thing about using this utility is that the tool performs an absolute scan of the corrupt Word documents and recovers all its contents without modifying its original formatting.

 
 

How you can use Remo to repair and saves your Word 2013 document?

Step 1: The tool uses advanced built in algorithm to fix and save your corrupt 2013 document file. All you need to do is, download the trial version of the software and install it to your Windows desktop / laptop PC. After installation, double click on the shortcut icon and run the application. Now choose your corrupt Word 2013 file which is to be repaired and click on “Repair” button.

Word Cannot Complete the Save Due to File Permission Error 2013 - Main Screen

Figure A: Main Screen

Step 2: The program starts repairing your Word file and you will be able to preview the same after repair process.

Fix Word 2013 after File Permission Error - Preview Repaired File

Figure B: Preview Repaired File

Step 3: If you are satisfied with the outcome then you can purchase the complete product online and save the repaired document to your desired destination location.

Resolve File Permission Error in Word 2013 - Save Repaired File

Figure C: Save Repaired File