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can you scroll to the right so I can see the target in shell object editor?
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Right, heres a better picture showing all the shells and their file paths.

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i would agree...in fact, all of these should have a target....those that do not are disfunctional shell objects
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Ok thanks, I'll got delete em.
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Thats sorted it. My control panel works now.

I've got a problem with Microsoft Office now, some programs work and others dont. when I try opening microsoft access a window come up with "windows installer" and initialises but then just disappears and access doesnt open. also when I try and open excel I get the message "class not regisitered" but then excel seems to open up fine.

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I search microsoft.com for a fix and found one for the excel problem, but its for microsoft excel97 only and im reluctant to try it as I've got the 2003 version:

http://support.micro...kb;EN-US;182500
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http://support.micro...kb;en-us;295823

for office issue



did you see that from above?
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Yeah, and it worked, But these came up after I tried what you said then reinstalled office.

I'll give uninstalling and reinstalling another go
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Uninstalling and reinstalling didnt work, and im reluctant to try the fixes from microsoft support seeing as the fixes are for different versions of office to what ive got :tazz:
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