I am using a PowerMac G4, OS 10.4.11, 400 MHz Processor, 1 GB SDRAM. I used to be able to find just about anything on my computer using the Spotlight, or the Finder, up to a few weeks ago. About a week ago I was looking for a document I had stashed away by looking for a name of a person. Spotlight found nothing. Finder found nothing, although I knew that the document existed. I knew about where the document was, but thought that I could bring it up faster with the Finder or Spotlight, to no avail. I collect articles in a document, and stack them according to date, until the document reaches a limit, then I make a new document and add that to the folder. This particular document, entitled GlobalFinancialMarkets, is around ten years old. I did some experimenting and I can bring up the document using names in articles up to around the date January 2008, but after that, the Finder, and Spotlight, will not bring up this document. Finder and Spotlight does find the document using a word in the title. The document is a Microsoft Word document in Office2001, and I use the Classic Environment to enable the Office2001 documents. It works quite well most of the time while using the Tiger OS. I have other older applications that don't work well in the new OS, so I can still restart the computer using the older OS 9.2.2 and the older applications still work well this way. I have kept up with the latest upgrades to Safari, and the OS in Tiger, and the iTunes, and have not gone beyond that. One of the upgrades has caused this problem. Is there a remedy? I like using the Safari, and the Tiger OS.