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Cannot find file error when opening a file in Windows

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Old 14-10-2011
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re: Cannot find file error when opening a file in Windows

I had this problem, but found out my default docx viewer was the Word Viewer. Double check the default program in opening docx files.

Hope this helps.
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re: Cannot find file error when opening a file in Windows

Changing the property settings works for some of the files, but problem still not fixed.

Last edited by Bay1 : 26-01-2012 at 03:56 PM.
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re: Cannot find file error when opening a file in Windows

Change the file association. right-click, Open With... Microsoft Word...
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re: Cannot find file error when opening a file in Windows

@ Amualya This wroked on my Vista as well - good job...riche1225
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