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Subject:more powerpoint xp problems From:"Tybi Kapiloff" <teknicol -at- 012 -dot- net -dot- il> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Thu, 7 Feb 2002 14:21:48 +0200
Sorry to bother you all again, but there was an interesting follow-up to my
PowerPoint xp problem... (I lost all my links and the links can't be
A colleague with xp opened my networked files in xp on his machine and...
all the links were there... I ran back to my machine to check... no links
available. So I uninstalled and reinstalled office xp... Same problem...
Any wizards out there with any brainwaves? My machine is a new laptop... and
the links are gone in both my local and networked versions... yet in the
networked version the links are clearly there...
All the best,
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