By Glenn Fleishman

Jim Elkins is in a pickle. Since updating to Yosemite 10.10.3, he can’t save files via Save As.

I get the message: “The document could not be exported as ‘name.’ You do not have permission.”

This is very likely a problem that I’ve heard a lot about lately and never previously, which might indicate that a Yosemite update tripped a permission lever unintentionally for some people.

While there’s a Terminal-based process to work through this, I’m reluctant to ask people who don’t routinely use command-line instructions to muck about with them when file permissions are involved. Instead, you have to restart your Mac, but it’s quite straightforard.

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