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Microsoft Office: PowerPoint and Excel Programs


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anhhai

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What happened? My microsoft EXCEL 2003 and PowerPoint 2003 disappeared. . Yes.. I went to start/all programs/microsoft office but the EXCEL and POwerPOint are NO LONGER there. I can pick up the excel(excel only) by going to start/run and typing in EXCEL.. Excel will then come up.. but if I want it to come up again, I have to do the same thing over again.. With PowerPoint, it does not work that way when I go to start/run and typing in PowerPoint. Where did they go?
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Go to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office and locate Excel.exe and Powerpnt.exe. Right click each file, select Send To > Desktop (create shortcut). You will now have a shortcut on your desktop to those programs.
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Thanks a lot.. It worked.. I do not know where that URL that you gave me came from but I have pasted it on my wall in case it happens again...
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Just out of curiosity...have you recently used any kind of registry cleaner?
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YES.... Just recently.. It was a trial.. I did it and sukpposedly it got rid of 10 of the 500 itrems(just a gimmick I know) and then I uninstalled it...
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