Question about Verbatim Computers & Internet
I cannot open Word documents saved in EasyLock on a Verbatim Store'n'Go V3 USB Drive. A message says that "this file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the set association panel. What can I do? Details
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First you need a program to open them with. PPS files are PowerPoint Shows which is a part of Microsoft Office. If you do not have Office, you can download a free PowerPoint Viewer at:
Comment back if you have any trouble.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
SOURCE: Problem opening some attachments
You need to tell Windows what program you want to use when opening the file since you don't have any program installed that knows this file.
Do you know what kind of file it is? If not, you need to find this out.
Usually you get powerpoint or pdf files in your mail. To read these you need Adobe Acrobat Reader or Microsoft Powerpoint Viewer.
Short, You need to install a program that can handle the files you get in your mail. What program depends on the file.
To know what kind of file it is you have to se what "extension" it have (the three letters after the dot). Normaly you don't see this, but to be able to see it open Explorer and do go through the following:
If it ends with something else, it needs a different program. To know which, just ask again :)
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
sorry if i get this wrong, i dont have vista, but have used it - goto Control Panel . click on Classic View.
click on Default Programs
and in here is the Associate a file type with a program.
the text may read slightly differently, but thats the jist of it.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
SOURCE: no file assosiation
Go to Explorer/Tools/Folder Options/File Types. You can create the association there. Press the "New" button, enter the file extension and navigate to the program executable that you want to open that file. It should stick.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
SOURCE: I received a PDF attachment
It simply means there's no PDF reader installed on your computer. Or if it's already installed, then there must be some default pdf reader recently set incorrectly to another application/program. If you are sure that there's a pdf reader, like adobe reader, foxit reader, etc..etc.. installed on your computer, follow the steps below:
Right click the pdf file (i guess you've downloaded the pdf file), click "properties", there you'll see a "change" or "Browse" button on the general tab, click change or browse and locate the program to open the pdf file, select it and click "Ok" then "Apply", close the dialog box and double-click the pdf file, it'll open without any problem. You can also directly open the file on your internet browser like Internet Explorer, Google chrome or Firefox etc..etc.. Simply right-click the pdf file and select "Open with" and browse the internet browser and click it.
If in case you need a pdf reader to open the file, click here to download adobe reader. Open the link, click "Download" proceed with the onscreen instructions and install the program, if you are asked to confirm whether this problem to be made the default pdf reader, confirm it and and finish the installation by clicking finish. Now open the pdf file, there'll be no more issues.
If you need further help, let me know, it would be much appreciated if you can let me know how you open the file.
Thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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