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Windows Picture and Fax Viewer has disappeared!


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nooka

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For some reason I can no longer open jpeg or gif images with the Windows Picture and Fax viewer, the slide show function in the My Pictures folder has also stopped working. A real annoyance as now I can only view pictures in my browser.

I am running Windows XP Professional with all the updates. And Microsoft Office

Please Help!

Thanks in advance.

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gerryf

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right click an image, choose OPEN WITH....is picture and fax viewer present?

Also, since you have office, have you considered Office Picture Manager, which is far superior (office 2003)
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Thanks for the reply, when I right click and choose open with, Windows Picture and Fax does appear as an option, but nothing happens when I click on it. The default program to open JPEG and GIF images is this program but for some reason I cannot access it. I tried searching it using the windows search function but come up with a blank. I am running Office XP and I don't think Office Picture Manager is present in this earlier edition of Office.
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