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Old September 2nd, 2004, 09:43 AM
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Default File Associations and Opening FIles

I have a file type associated with my program. When I "open" the file my program starts but the file does not display. How can I get my program to display the file?
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"file type associated with my program"

What is your file type?
Any error messages......

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What program is it that you open with? Could be a flaw with that. I had once an issue with a program, where you double-click the file, and it goes to load, and it gives you a "cannot find <file name>" error.


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