Worked perfectly. Oh this might help, it's Vista 64 bit and it came with IE8. "Rainald Taesler" wrote: > t-4-2 wrote: > > > Pardon for butting in. But every file I try, it says: Power Point Viewer cannot find the file. If I save the .pps etc files to my desktop then the powerpoint viwer will open them, no problem so why is this happening? have a peek here
So, what I have done is to browse the registry to determine which key is associated with the pptview.exe executable (in my case it was "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\PowerPointViewer.SlideShow.11") and I then changed the If you have PowerPoint Viewer 2007 installed, repeat the above steps in this key:HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT \ PowerPointViewer.Show.12 \ shell \ Show6. To resolve the problem, follow these steps:Note: This article is applicable for Windows Vista or Windows 7 PCs, with PowerPoint Viewer (2003 or 2007) installed. Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories GPU HIERARCHY CPU HIERARCHY Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT Pro Login|Sign Up
Shalaka Thank you. Ken Laninga July 14, 2009 8:54 AM Same problem as Ed Ryan; in Windows Mail (Vista) I cannot open an attached pps or ppt file; I have to first save it Allen April 12, 2010 6:23 PM Hi Leo, I noticed a link that does not work having to do with Microsoft's free PowerPoint Viewer. Please help.
Restart Windows Mail and try >> opening attachments. >> >> -- >> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail) >> >> >> "skcyclist" <> wrote in message >> news:... >>> >>> Agree, there are The Vista version does not matter. An 18 year career as a programmer at Microsoft soon followed. chuck stankich June 27, 2009 10:29 PM Hi Leo, I forgot to mention with previous comment that I have XP SP3 installed.
Windows 7: How can I open pps files from e-mail with system 7 ? 06 May 2010 #1 546 Inspiron Windows 7 home premium with 64 bit 101 posts If not, do that first. Good luck. Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review!
I keep getting the same message saying it needs to be associated. But I share your misheard for WLM. > I wish MS would bring back the simplicity of Outlook Express for the > millions who like it and don't want the bloatware Happy reading. Following your instructions on "How do I view "PPS" files", all went OK to window "Editing action for type....".
If that doesn't work, I'd look into getting OpenOffice (free) and using it's "Impress" program, which claims to be able to work with PowerPoint files. WinMail has OE's simplicity. I cannot open directly from WM TIA peggy, Sep 25, 2008 #1 Advertisements John Inzer Guest peggy wrote: > When I receive a pps file attachment I get an error To repeat, I can only open and view .pps files if I save them > to my desktop first.
Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Browsers & Mail » User Name Remember Me? navigate here Reason ? > > No idea. > One of the riffles with the bug. > On some systems by default comes with %UserProfile%. Click OK. Notenboom Ask Leo!
Vista 64 cannot open PPS files. Why not? Good >>> luck. > Gary VanderMolen, Jun 16, 2009 #14 Rainald Taesler Guest KarlNZ wrote: > Why does MS keep removing functionaility from applications ? Check This Out Answers here seem only to address XP, not Vista.
Cheers, Walker Windows Outreach Team My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavilion dm3 (netbook) *** 27" iMac (Dual-Boot) OS Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) *** Windows XP SP3 (32-bit), OSX I get my emails via Outlook Express. Seems to work just fine ...
Rainald Rainald Taesler, Jun 17, 2009 #18 LesHarc Guest These seem to be similar to my problems but different enough that they confuse me. I have PP viewer already installed on >> my Vista computer. AFAICS there was no functionality taken away. this contact form Even without uninstalling IE8 you can make it work for all but TXT and JPG attachments by doing the following: Right-click on the shortcut that you use to open Windows Mail.
Chuck stankich June 27, 2009 10:26 PM Hi,I have downloaded powerpoint viewer several times. I have PP viewer already installed on my Vista > computer. I've already uninstalled and reinstalled powerpointviewer. Message is: Usage: /extract:path, extracts the content of the path folder /quiet, runs the package in silent mode /?, shows this held message Barb November 24, 2009 12:45 PM Using Vista,
Thanks for the update. -- John Inzer John Inzer, Sep 26, 2008 #4 Reynolds Guest I have tried the changing to "open" and it still gives me that message when My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Toshiba L355D OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 CPU Core2 Duo Motherboard Intel Memory 4 GB Graphics Card GM965 on-board Sound Card RealTek on-board Monitor(s) one answer at a time. I hope this will be of use to all concerned.
I have PP viewer already installed on my Vista computer. t-4-2, Jun 16, 2009 #13 Gary VanderMolen Guest Good question. No idea. And finally, if you have PowerPoint or its viewer installed, you may only need to re-assign the "pps" association.
I put this program, Microsoft Powerpoint Viewer on right after I reforamatted my computer so no other pograms can be causing problems. General Discussion Open Highmat files with vistaI have a large number of digital photos in HIGHMAT (.hmt) file format. Otherwise ... Then, you can try to open the PowerPoint presentations again.
Not as... Also it was very simple to do… Mike February 26, 2011 at 1:52 am Hello again, the fix worked..