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Skydrive behaviour..

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Hy. I wish to find out some explanations related to my worry.. I work with my partner on the same excel.file that is syncronized using Skydrive (installed on both pc's). The problem is that after work & save appear several files near original related to our main excel.file with the computer name that last saved the document..

example :

 

Today:

Cosmin works on excel :

excel.file (original)

excel.file - Cosmin-PC

excel.file - Cosmin-PC1

excel.file - Cosmin-PC2

excel.file - Cosmin-PC3

...

 

& sure all the others fetch on partner's sync. folder. I have to manually delete those 1-2-3.. that contain part of information (~60%) - want to find out the reason that are automatically created.

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I had have this problem too.

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Copy.com could be an alternative ..15gb available free

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Aren't those simple conflicts? You edit same file on two computers, skydrive will do that.

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you know the solution? Tell us!

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you know the solution? Tell us!


Don't both of you edit the same file at the same time, you get a warning when you open the file.

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Simultaneously ? what would be the point ?  So no! No warning cause.. the file is closed & saved when the other one opens it but saves several supplementary files.

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