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open screen saver file

K

Kelly

#1
Can you please tell me how to open a screen saver show / slides? I am using
Windows Vista Home Premium and the file is tiled CallofAtlantis.scr. I dont'
want the program to run ... I would like to see and edit the slides.
Thank you very much for your help.
 

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G

Guest

#2
scr files are the same as exe files. Theres no one way to do things in a
program.

You can try downloading reshacker which edits the resources of programs
(icons, shortcut keys, menu layouts, etc but can include pictures). The
pictures could be resources.
http://angusj.com/resourcehacker/

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"Kelly" <Kelly@newsgroup> wrote in message
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> Can you please tell me how to open a screen saver show / slides? I am
> using
> Windows Vista Home Premium and the file is tiled CallofAtlantis.scr. I
> dont'
> want the program to run ... I would like to see and edit the slides.
> Thank you very much for your help.
 

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K

Kelly

#3
Thank you very much for your help. I thought a screen saver file was like a
Power Point file that you can either open in and the slide show will run or
you can open the template and see all of the individual "slides".
Thank you again for all of your time and attention.

"." wrote:

> scr files are the same as exe files. Theres no one way to do things in a
> program.
>
> You can try downloading reshacker which edits the resources of programs
> (icons, shortcut keys, menu layouts, etc but can include pictures). The
> pictures could be resources.
> http://angusj.com/resourcehacker/
>
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> "Kelly" <Kelly@newsgroup> wrote in message
> news:AC9E8DD0-8A76-4818-9401-30FEF0A8018E@newsgroup

> > Can you please tell me how to open a screen saver show / slides? I am
> > using
> > Windows Vista Home Premium and the file is tiled CallofAtlantis.scr. I
> > dont'
> > want the program to run ... I would like to see and edit the slides.
> > Thank you very much for your help.
>
>
 

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