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Recreate file created on HP Pavillian

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This is probably a lost cause but my wife was getting nostalgic, so …
when we got our first pc, an HP Pavilion back in 2000, we used some software on the pc (no idea what it was) to create an animated greeting attachment to email to our friends. The software created a file with the extension “.mhp” and then created an executable “RunMe.EXE”. When we replaced the HP with a Sony, I lost the RunMe.EXE file in the transition. I still have the “.mhp” file but haven’t been able to find anything to recreate the executable. Any thoughts or suggestions?

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Maybe this will help:


Scroll down and choose version of runme.exe


Googled using: email: download “RunMe.EXE as keyword
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you can use

The file ext .mhp is associated:
Home Publishing.MultimediaProject \Microsoft Home Publishing 2000
Microsoft Picture It
Microsoft Picture It 2001
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