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Create an association in the Folders Option control panel


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I have PowerPoint Viewer 2007 installed yet I cannot open email attachments in Outlook Express for file extensions PPS or PPT. I've tried repeatedly to create an association and am obviously not doing it correctly. When I go to create the association the display box is saying that the PPS and PPT extensions Opens with: Microsoft PowerPoint. I used to be able to open these kinds of files but can no longer do that. What on earth do I need to do?
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Try to reinstall office 2007.
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I have PowerPoint Viewer 2007 installed yet I cannot open email attachments in Outlook Express for file extensions PPS or PPT. I've tried repeatedly to create an association and am obviously not doing it correctly. When I go to create the association the display box is saying that the PPS and PPT extensions Opens with: Microsoft PowerPoint. I used to be able to open these kinds of files but can no longer do that. What on earth do I need to do?


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Edited by Old Geezer, 04 March 2008 - 07:55 PM.

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Have you tried uninstalling Power Point Viewer then reinstalling it?
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