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Burning Microsoft Publisher 2000 files

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  1. sip70

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    I burned all my Microsoft Publisher 2000 files to a disk. After I double click the Publisher files on the disk.I get "Can not open with Publisher" I even copied and pasted them from the disk,back into a folder in my documents,and after double clicking each publisher file,it say can not open with publisher.Before I burned them,I was able to open each Publisher file that I saved. Any help is apreciated.
     
  2. Miz

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    It's been a while since I've used Publisher so this is just a guess.

    Right click on any .pub file you've copied back to your harddrive and uncheck "Read Only" (you can't change that attribute when the file is on the CD), click OK. Then see if Publisher will open them.
     
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    Thankyou Miz. But the problem was that my daughter closed the session,but left the cd open. I found that out when I burned the pub. files and closed the cd. Thanks again....Sip
     
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