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    Noor Motani Guest

    PowerPoint viewer 2007 in Windows 7

    I purchased new laptop with windows 7 home premium. Since it does not have
    office 2007, I downloaded PowerPoint viewer 2007. It did open the .pps
    attachments but after a couple of days it refused as a dll file got missing.
    I uninstalled and re installed the viewer and it worked. I have now realized
    that when windows updates, it removes this dll file.

    Any help is appreciated.

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  3. #2


    David H. Lipman Guest

    Re: PowerPoint viewer 2007 in Windows 7

    From: "Noor Motani" <n.motani@newsgroup>

    | I purchased new laptop with windows 7 home premium. Since it does not have
    | office 2007, I downloaded PowerPoint viewer 2007. It did open the .pps
    | attachments but after a couple of days it refused as a dll file got missing.
    | I uninstalled and re installed the viewer and it worked. I have now realized
    | that when windows updates, it removes this dll file.

    | Any help is appreciated.

    What is this unidentified DLL ?



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    ray Guest

    Re: PowerPoint viewer 2007 in Windows 7

    On Thu, 27 May 2010 19:07:21 -0600, Noor Motani wrote:

    > I purchased new laptop with windows 7 home premium. Since it does not
    > have office 2007, I downloaded PowerPoint viewer 2007. It did open the
    > .pps attachments but after a couple of days it refused as a dll file got
    > missing. I uninstalled and re installed the viewer and it worked. I have
    > now realized that when windows updates, it removes this dll file.
    >
    > Any help is appreciated.
    Suggest you install OpenOffice.org - for free. It's a highly compatible
    office suite. The 'presentation' portion will handle most powerpoint
    files.

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    Re: PowerPoint viewer 2007 in Windows 7

    Quote Originally Posted by ray View Post
    On Thu, 27 May 2010 19:07:21 -0600, Noor Motani wrote:
    > I purchased new laptop with windows 7 home premium. Since it does not
    > have office 2007, I downloaded PowerPoint viewer 2007. It did open the
    > .pps attachments but after a couple of days it refused as a dll file got
    > missing. I uninstalled and re installed the viewer and it worked. I have
    > now realized that when windows updates, it removes this dll file.
    >
    > Any help is appreciated.
    Suggest you install OpenOffice.org - for free. It's a highly compatible
    office suite. The 'presentation' portion will handle most powerpoint
    files.

    Hi Ray,
    will it also open word/excel ( 2003 - XP - 2007 ) ?

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    ray Guest

    Re: PowerPoint viewer 2007 in Windows 7

    On Fri, 28 May 2010 10:28:00 -0500, pacinitaly wrote:

    > ray;1268901 Wrote:

    >> On Thu, 27 May 2010 19:07:21 -0600, Noor Motani wrote:

    >> > > >
    >> > > I purchased new laptop with windows 7 home premium. Since it does
    >> > > not have office 2007, I downloaded PowerPoint viewer 2007. It did
    >> > > open the .pps attachments but after a couple of days it refused as
    >> > > a dll file
    >> > got
    >> > > missing. I uninstalled and re installed the viewer and it worked. I
    >> > have
    >> > > now realized that when windows updates, it removes this dll file.
    >> > >
    >> > > Any help is appreciated. > >
    >>
    >> Suggest you install OpenOffice.org - for free. It's a highly compatible
    >> office suite. The 'presentation' portion will handle most powerpoint
    >> files.
    >
    >
    > Hi Ray,
    > will it also open word/excel ( 2003 - XP - 2007 ) ?
    Yes.

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    Re: PowerPoint viewer 2007 in Windows 7

    holy $#!t I wasted $500usd

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    ray Guest

    Re: PowerPoint viewer 2007 in Windows 7

    On Fri, 28 May 2010 12:17:29 -0500, pacinitaly wrote:

    > holy $#!t I wasted $500usd
    >
    >
    > +-------------------------------------------------------------------+
    > |Filename: Capture.JPG |
    > |Download: http://www.vistax64.com/attachment.p...hmentid=19548|
    > +-------------------------------------------------------------------+
    If you bought MS Office, yes.

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    ray Guest

    Re: PowerPoint viewer 2007 in Windows 7

    On Fri, 28 May 2010 14:13:19 -0400, Death wrote:

    > "pacinitaly" <guest@newsgroup-email.com> wrote in message
    > news:90b6d26b52f65313b942ce9e6188072a@newsgroup-gateway.com...

    >>
    >> holy $#!t I wasted $500usd
    >>
    >>
    >> +-------------------------------------------------------------------+
    >> |Filename: Capture.JPG |
    >> |Download: http://www.vistax64.com/attachment.p...hmentid=19548|
    >> +-------------------------------------------------------------------+
    >>
    >> --
    >> pacinitaly
    >>
    >> SpellCherkers aren't worth a shirt ya no
    >>
    >> If I helped you, please tip my scales. If I have not, curse me out like
    >> a drunken sailor
    >
    > Don't listen to that dingbat ray.
    > Open Office will open many Office documents...but will ruin formatting
    > and other "incompatibilities".
    I didn't say it was perfect. There will be some extremely complex
    formatting that it won't quite make - but you'll still be able to deal
    with it. For 'normal' operations, it will be quite sufficient.

    > If you're using Office just at home, get the Student edition...it's for
    > non-commercial use.
    > If your using it professionally, then it is worth the investment of full
    > blown Office.
    >
    > I've yet, in my entire life, seen professional work done with Open
    > Office. OO is for kids.
    No indication that the poster is doing 'professional work'. On the other
    hand you haven't looked very far.

    OpenOffice won't handle MS office macros - that's the biggest limitation.
    IMHO the world would be a lot better off if macros were written for
    OpenOffice instead of assuming everyone in the world is willing to pay a
    few hundred bucks to deal with your 'valuable' information. At least
    virtually everyone on the planet can have OpenOffice for the price of a
    download. It runs on MS, MAC and Linux - MS office can't say the same.

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    David H. Lipman Guest

    Re: PowerPoint viewer 2007 in Windows 7

    From: "ray" <ray@newsgroup>

    | No indication that the poster is doing 'professional work'. On the other
    | hand you haven't looked very far.

    | OpenOffice won't handle MS office macros - that's the biggest limitation.
    | IMHO the world would be a lot better off if macros were written for
    | OpenOffice instead of assuming everyone in the world is willing to pay a
    | few hundred bucks to deal with your 'valuable' information. At least
    | virtually everyone on the planet can have OpenOffice for the price of a
    | download. It runs on MS, MAC and Linux - MS office can't say the same.

    +1

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    David H. Lipman Guest

    Re: PowerPoint viewer 2007 in Windows 7

    From: "Death" <death@newsgroup-x>


    | "David H. Lipman" <DLipman~nospam~@Verizon.Net> wrote in message
    | news:htp5fr0140n@newsgroup

    >> From: "ray" <ray@newsgroup>

    >> | No indication that the poster is doing 'professional work'. On the other
    >> | hand you haven't looked very far.

    >> | OpenOffice won't handle MS office macros - that's the biggest
    >> limitation.
    >> | IMHO the world would be a lot better off if macros were written for
    >> | OpenOffice instead of assuming everyone in the world is willing to pay a
    >> | few hundred bucks to deal with your 'valuable' information. At least
    >> | virtually everyone on the planet can have OpenOffice for the price of a
    >> | download. It runs on MS, MAC and Linux - MS office can't say the same.

    >> +1

    | +1 for someone whom uses a spreadsheet to create list of CD's owned.
    | How clever.
    | Yes, OO is great for that.

    I use it all the time on my Latitude D620 notebook with Vista business.

    I go can back and forth with MS Word and OO Writer with no problems on my monthly reports
    in .DOC files.

    It is a good option and best of all -- it is NOT from Microsoft.


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