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Microsoft photo editor

My microsoft photo editor stopped opening up attachments, it was repaired on line by microsoft technical aid, but within a week it has stopped again.

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  • nfgcwhc Sep 25, 2008

    Thanks, but they coupled up with my pc on line & did all the work themselves, so I cannot replicate what they did. Trying to e-mail technical support always gets bounced back,I have ended up with snail mail, but yet to have a reply.

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Did they teach you online,giving you instruction step by step how to solve it? or the technical aid themselves solve the problem by taking care of your desktop online?

if they teach you online....just repeat their instruction step by step again.

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