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Teaching file can open a file, on trying to get help on the web, I was told that the file was created by Adobe Director Movie. I am using Windows 2000. Thank you

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Thank you much for your attention..
Actually, I've solved the problem. I went back to the source and got the missing files. The file is alreay available now.
Thank you again, it was very great get in touch with you sirs.

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