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  1. This has happened a couple of times, the most recent today with the latest iPad version 1.6.5.61. A document I finished editing and is in a folder (not sure if that’s relevant) cannot be re-opened with an error message stating “Unable to load document”. Stopping the application and re-starting makes no difference. Whilst the file is in this state I can still duplicate/move out of folder. The new copies have the same issuing when trying to open them. if I had spent a long time editing the file I would not be pleased to lose a lot of work. I have noted other posts where the error message has been reported but didn’t seem to be persistent. Stuart
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