Forum Thread: How to Update

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Swinny31 How to Update
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I have an end of life for the above. Is there anything to replace this program, if there's no link to patch it? Thanks!

BigDave_39 RE: How to Update
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on 28th Nov, 2008 06:36, Swinny31 wrote:
I have an end of life for the above. Is there anything to replace this program, if there's no link to patch it? Thanks!


This page may help you:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/help/HP011454871...


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Swinny31 RE: How to Update
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Thanks Big Dave 39. Guess I'll just delete it. I don't use it much, but it does come in handy for a few tasks,...or at least I've gotten used to suing it. Thanks!

Cheer!
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This user no longer exists RE: How to Update
Member 29th Nov, 2008 10:27
I like Paint.NET:
http://www.getpaint.net
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j4_twj@yahoo.co.uk RE: How to Update
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Thank you, 'BigDave', nice that someone knows what's going on.
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Ron4598 RE: How to Update
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I would love to deleat it. it don't shoe in my add/ remove. The file is in my program files. I am running 200 pro service pack 4. Any help out there?
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kmcleod RE: How to Update
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Just delete the folder structure and use a registry cleaner in case there is anything in the registry. Something like Iobit's System Care works pretty well.

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Fastbucks RE: How to Update
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Take care.I deleted it then found that I couldn't attach photo's to emails anymore. I have reinstalled it from the CD and things are working normally again.
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Fastbucks RE: How to Update
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I deleted it a second time just to make sure it was the problem, it was. So I reinstalled it this time by restoring it from the recycle bin. Still waiting for a solution, am I missing something or what?
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Maurice Joyce RE: How to Update
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Being a Microsoft product you could try their clean up tool. Details here:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301

Once downloaded search for the programme & click remove.

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chieftain132 RE: How to Update
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Last edited on 31st Jan, 2009 19:16
May/may not be what you want but I found a prg called Faststone Image Viewer (at www.FastStone.org) which is easy to learn and does quite a lot.
Rod
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emmettohare RE: How to Update (i.e.; how to uninstall Microsoft Photo Editor 3.x)
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I found this solution, which worked for me, at:
http://www.techimo.com/forum/technical-support/832...

"You'll have to click on "Change" for Microsoft Office in 'Add/Remove Programs'.

Photo Editor should be under "Office Tools", just set it's value to "Not Available" then click on "Update". This should get rid of it and SHOULD set all your defaults back."
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lynil RE: How to Update
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on 16th Jan, 2009 00:31, Maurice Joyce wrote:
Being a Microsoft product you could try their clean up tool. Details here:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301

Once downloaded search for the programme & click remove.

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