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This shows up when my Granddaughter logs off (or attemps to log off)her screen.Does someone know what this is and how to get to it and get rid of it?I don't find it in the add/remove program or on the programs when I click the start button.
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wkscal.exe is an application relating to Microsoft Work Suite. This is the Works Calender which allows you to schedule meetings and other dates and times of significance. This program is a non-essential system process, but should not be terminated unless suspected to be causing problems.

Remove it from your taskmanager before logging off and see if the problem stops. Reinstall your MS work suite and see if it still happens.
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Taskmanager?
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ctrl+alt+del.
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