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I have just set up my own very 1st website.
Very simple format for now. I know there is a lot to learn.
Currently I have an .xls file set up for download. The file itself is set up with internal triggers and VBA code that activates the file for use after the initial download and then activates other protections set up to keep the file from being copied or renamed. I just figured out that once the file is downloaded the internal triggers have gone off not only on the file that was downloaded which was the goal but also on the file sitting on the website which was not the goal. The end result is the file on the website is only good for one download and then is corrupted. I can work around the issue if I can delete the file after the download. Then I would just set up multiple files and each would delete after a download. Thus the goal is..
1. Delete File After Download.
2. Allow for the Option to "Save" Only.
I also need to block the "Open" file scenario.
Can I get some help on script for this and how I would go about setting it up?
Are you sure!??! It sames extremely strange that you would allow a file downloaded locally to modify your master version on the server. I would imagine what the problem is, is that you download the file which is then cached on your local machine so when you download it again you are actually opening the cached version.