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Cannot open CD powerpoint presentation


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tennistm

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I am trying to open a powerpoint CD...but it will not open. I have Powerpoint in my PC and it is working just fine.
However, when I click on the CD with the PP presentation, I get that funny looking pic that says I have to select a program
to open it with.
It worked a few weeks ago when I last used the same CD, but it won't work now....what's going on?

Thanks for any advise you can give me,
Tim
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jtscustomcomputers

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Hello Tennistm,


You must choose which program it will open with. In your case powerpoint. Highlight box choose program to open with and go down list and click on powerpoint. If not in list you can browse your c drive/ program files/ then find path for microsoft and powerpoint exe file. By checking choose program it should remember program used to open it next time.

Edited by jtscustomcomputers, 23 October 2007 - 12:39 PM.

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Yes, I've tried that.
When I try to open it with my PP program, I get a dialoge box that says this program"...not valid Win 32 application".
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