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I have no quick answer here. Just some thoughts. 1) The program works only with a specific range of Internet Explorer versions and, as far as I know, that does not include the current IE. Didn't this programs stop accessing histories past IE version 8? 2) Format your file type? Huh? Does that mean the file type you are going to make a report in or the type of files you are searching through? The answer to that may be related to why it can't find the index file. 3) I gather noone has deleted the index.dat file (using something like CCleaner); SwiftSearch could find it for you. 4) Wouldn't hurt to install IECacheView for Internet Explorer and take a peek. 5) Documents and Settings? I's not sure what your OS is, but in XP, you could drill down to Documents and Settings on the C Drive in Explorer. Not having your program installed, I don't know if you have a browse option to drill to that or if you really have to type Documents and Settings. It would seem an absurb coincidence that the program would use some file name that is also such a prime area in the C Drive directory and not be trying to tap that. Well, I don't have the answer for you but maybe something I have said will be the clue you need.
The world has become a global village where you
communicate with people of diverse cultures and
languages. We come across people who speak
languages on the internet, or we need to
with different people in the global business
Sometimes we need to translate business
everybody doesn’t speak the same language.
might need to translate some facts as well as
information e.g. the history of a specific
their own language in order to learn about its
Everyone can’t have an access to a professional translator who
help them out in this matter. Due to this reason,
programs are available who try to fulfill this requirement.
the different programs which fill this requirement, it is
translate text in Microsoft Word 2007. The feature to translate
Microsoft Word 2007 can be used like any other translation
order to translate text in Microsoft Word 2007, we just have to
built-in function. Follow
steps to translate word text into other languages:
the text you want to translate. You can type it there and then
could paste it from somewhere. If you need to select the entire
document, and if it is very lengthy, you can go back to the
and click "select all." Or you can just highlight the entire or
the text by clicking the left mouse button and dragging it
text you want to highlight.
Click on Review button on Menu bar.
on Translate in the Review tab.
task pane will
appear on the right side of the document. Select which language
would like to translate into or the existing language it is in.
where you can select which language to translate to or from.
highlighted text will be translated in the lower part of the
You can get the translation of the same text into different
instantly as you choose the language under the option of "To".
If you need
translate the selected text into a language that is not included
given list, click on Translation options and select the
language you want.
feature to translate text in Microsoft Word is very handy.
there is no substitute for a human professional translator as
meaningful translation demands comprehension as well as
cultural references, artistic quality and talent. So there are
that the translation done by a computer program will lack
well as meaning.
Are you trying to access a program that you downloaded?
Are you trying to program something?
This is an error that is encountered when a program is started but the system cannot find the main class (The first step to starting the program which controls the whole flow of the program)
If it is something you downloaded from a rookie developer, or something you programmed yourself take a look at your main function, it is probably declared improperly. Google the specific language you are using to see how it is supposed to be declared.
If it is a mainstream something you are trying to install and run something somewhere corrupted. Try to re-download and reinstall. If that doesn't work it is possible something in your registry is corrupted... unlikely, but possible.
For the starters I would suggest re-installing new Operating System. If that will not help, then there is a chance that you have faulty Hard Drive, RAM or even motherboard. In that case you will need to make diagnostics for all possible components or just give to repair shop.
Ajax is scripting language that combines the power of both server side and client side scripting languages! developers use ajax to retrieve information from the server as rapid as possible! While these games are loading,if we use php instead of ajax,it will load slowly! SO ajax is just programming script! and it seems the code they did is not well or your network is probably down! Clear your history,cookies- close your browser and reopen it!
Click Start > Control then select Regional and Language Options. On the Formats tab choose your language and click apply then click the Keyboards and Languages to set your language for the keyboard and click Apply then OK
Operating system is a set of programs to manage your computer hardware. So, no doubt programming language came into picture first. During the initial days, programming language(low level languages/ mc instructions) interacts directly with the hardware to get the work done. OS is built on the base of these low level languages like c, pascal, assembly codes etc.
please refer these wiki links to know in details: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_operating_systems