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Cannot open files for windows 6.0


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Keith gave me an address to sort this problem, which I used successfully. I had to "Windows Restore" because I could not write, edit articles, with this prog on the machine

I missed an article windows 6.0, so having reverted it is still locked. That is why I would like the address which you gave and which was such a help some time back

Many thanks

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Try here

http://www.geekstogo...ndpost&p=369975

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Hi Keith

Appreciate your attention

The link you gave takes me back to my original post, re opening files for "windows 6.0"

When I try to open that post, I am brought back to your reply to me here.

I have tried to get in using the post topic..... that brought me back here.

Then I tried using the last post on the subject, which was by yourself, this also brought me back to this page.

MmMm

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http://www.microsoft...&displaylang=en <---this is the link from the old post that you are talking about
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Apologies for that, I looked for the previous post and figured it would be as quick to link to it :tazz:

Hopefully this is the link

http://www.microsoft...&displaylang=en
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