Welcome to Justanswer.com, my name is ***** ***** I will do my best to assist you.
To get started, I need to know what type of computer you're using.Windows XP, Widows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Or a Mac.If it's a Mac, please check the OSX version as follows.Click the apple sign at the top left of your screen, then click about this mac. And then where it says version, send that to me as a reply.
Thank you, ***** ***** you know what version of office /publisher you are using, such as 2008, 2011,2016 ?
Ahh.. so your running a windows version of office, inside parralells.
What version of windows are you running in parralells?
And is it only publisher that cant save files properly? ( we need to know if this is a system wide windows or office issue, or just publisher)
If your planning on increasing the disk allocation for the hard drive within parralells,
and if doing so solves the issue then you may have just solved the issue yourself.
Keep me posted, if it worked let me know so I can send the refund link.. If it doesnt work, send a reply and we can continue working the issue together.. As it could be a permissions error blocking your file save~
You s hould have a record of our conversation in your email, you can use that to return.
Or you can manually go to justanswer.com in your browser then click my questions at the top right, and you should see our question showing to click on, and respond~
Ive just seen your replies.
In the meantime, did you force a shutdown of your mac and restart? If so,for safe measure on the mac side we should run this repair
Open your finder ( magnifying glass ) type in disk utility, and launch the disk utility application.On the left side of the disk utility window, click your mac hd, then at the lower right hand side, click repair permissions .
The last thing you had mentioned is that the mac was frozen, hence why I suggested the hard shutdown and permissions repair.
If you want to increase the size allocated to the hard drive in parralells, you can do that from the control manager as follows.
That will allow you to assign more hard drive space. Once you have more room on the drive..
You should be able to access the c drive within windows and delete folders and files normally.
Ive suggested multiple steps that youve either questioned why you should do them, or you did them and moved on to the next issue /message.
The conversation in its entirety is view-able from beginning to end.
I see you didnt respond to my suggestion and explanation on increasing the hard disk side within parralells for windows.
Also, the whole point of deleting files would be to delete files you dont need, which isnt risky at all.
As far as where to go from here, you dont seem to be seeking advice or help at this time, so Im going to send this link and call it a day~