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Open the Local Group Policy Editor
Applies To: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012
You can open the Local Group Policy Editor by using the command line or by using the Microsoft Management Console (MMC).
To open the Local Group Policy Editor from the command line
Click Start , type gpedit.msc in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER .
To open the Local Group Policy Editor as an MMC snap-in
Open MMC. (Click Start , click in the Start Search box, type mmc , and then press ENTER .)
On the File menu, click Add/Remove Snap-in .
In the Add or Remove Snap-ins dialog box, click Group Policy Object Editor , and then click Add .
In the Select Group Policy Object dialog box, click Browse .
Click This computer to edit the Local Group Policy object, or click Users to edit Administrator, Non-Administrator, or per-user Local Group Policy objects.
To resolve the issue, follow these steps: For .PPS files (Microsoft PowerPoint Slideshow) ·Click Start, type regedit.exe and press ENTER ·Navigate to the following branch:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\PowerPointViewer.SlideShow.11\shell\Show ·Right-click Show and click Rename ·Type the word Open so that Show is replaced by Open command ·If you have PowerPoint Viewer 2007 installed, repeat the above steps in this key, as well:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\PowerPointViewer.SlideShow.12\shell\Show ·After changing Show to Open, close Registry Editor window.
For .PPT files (Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation) ·Click Start, type regedit.exe and press ENTER ·Navigate to the following branch:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\PowerPointViewer.Show.11\shell\Show ·Right-click Show and click Rename ·Type the word Open so that Show is replaced by Open command ·If you have PowerPoint Viewer 2007 installed, repeat the above steps in this key, as well:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\PowerPointViewer.Show.12\shell\Show ·After changing Show to Open, close Registry Editor window.
lacking the expensive adobe acrobat (not the reader) .. then they make it hard to do .. but here is a simple way .. display the photo you want as large as possible on the screen ... then push the "PRN SCR" button (print screen) .. now an image of the whole screen is in the "copy buffer" (clipboard) .. now open any photo editor (if you dont have one you can use "microsoft Paint" , that comes with windows) click on "paste" now you have that screen image as a picture ... you can use the magnifier to display the image bigger or smaller (alt click makes it smaller) .. then in paint you select the portion of the picture you want to keep (selection tools) then click on "crop" now save that as a JPG or other file format that is supported .. now you have a JPG of the image that was in the PDF ... the resolution of the final result depends on how big you were able to make the object before you pushed "PRN SCR" it will look just like what you see on the screen ... you can also paste into Microsoft Word if you have that .. Gimp is a really nice Free photo editor if you are willing to learn a lot .. it will take a while to get into but is worth while .. does a nice job for things like this ..
try uploading to a photohost such as photobucket. do the lines still show?
are you using a photo editor program to view them? photoshop, cs, cs3, adobe, printshop, paint shop pro, media player?
if they show lines in any of the programs, or when uploaded to a hosting website, the files may be damaged. they may or may not be repairable using a photo editor program.
Ditch Kodak Easyshare and just use your email program:
When you send photos in e-mail, the photos go along for the ride as attachments, just like any other file you add to an e-mail.
To attach a photo in Outlook:
Click New to open a Message window.
Fill in the To and Subject boxes as usual and type any message you wish to accompany the photos.
Click Insert File (the paperclip icon), locate your file through the Insert File box, click the file's name and then click the Insert button. If you wish to add multiple files from within the same folder, hold down the Ctrl key while clicking multiple files, then click the Insert button.
Repeat Step 3 for any other files you wish to attach.
In Outlook Express:
Click Create Mail to open a New Message window.
Fill in the To and Subject lines and type in your message.
Click the Attach button, locate the file in the Insert Attachment box and click Attach. Use Ctrl-click to select multiple files.
In Netscape Mail:
Click New Message to open the Compose window.
Fill in the To and Subject lines, and type in your message.
Click the Attach button or, in Netscape 6, click in the empty Attachments box.
Select your file in the Enter Files To Attach dialog and click Open.