I couldn't include a default one for DOC since Vista does not have a default for it. It really depends on what version of Office or other program that you install for what the default would be for a DOC file, and that was to unspecific.
What version of Office do you have installed? I may be able to create one for you for that one.
Ok Prazetyo. You would just need to download and merge the REG file below, then restart the computer. It will restore the default DOC associations for Office 2007 Pro. Hopefully it will do the trick for you.
Brink, I already try this at home, but all my fil still have doc extension. After I browsing how to find my office 2007 version, I found that my office 2007 version is Enterprise. Is it different from Professional ? and then, how with previous reg file that I already merge ?
I have a problem and it seems that this tutorial could solve it, but I am confused. I am running a Windows 7 system and I found the link to this tutorial in the Windows 7 forum. So can I use this tutorial to repair the registry of an Windows 7 System (especially for .exe files) ?
Sorry, you should use the Windows 7 tutorial version of it below instead. The Vista version would work just as well, but you would get an error message (that you can ignore) using it since some of the registry values would not be allowed to be changed in Windows 7 where they are in Vista. That's all.
This is going to depend on what version of MS Office Publisher you have installed since Vista does not support opening .pub files by default. Please post back to let me know, and I'll be happy to create a REG file to restore .pub to be opened by that version of Publisher again for you.