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If you don't have powerpoint installed, then you're probably using the free viewer, or it's a power point 'show' (the viewer is built into the presentation). You can print the slides, but not the individual notes or key pages. One thing you could try is if you have a Microsoft/Hotmail/Outlook.com account, you may be able to open it and print from there. I'm able to do it with a regular presentation, but it might be different with a show. To do this, log into Outlook.com, click the menu in the top left corner, and click Power Point Online, then just upload the file you want to open.
Open the outlook, disable the lan connection or you can set the Outlook to Offline (click File > Work Offline, but don't forget to re-set it online after you are done). After you are done, right-click the file to be deleted while you press the Shift Key on the keyboard and select "Delete".
If the first step doesn't work, then move it to another folder (create a new folder) and delete the folder after you are done. (don't forget to do this in Offline mode or with disabled lan).
Again, you can try deleting the file directly from the folder. Open My computer, go to C drive as shown below (Note: User Name = Your current username on your computer):
Close the outlook and do this;
1. Windows xp:
C:\Documents and Settings\User Name\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook
2. Windows Vista/7
Locate the file name "outlook", must be the largest file, delete it and open your outlook. All the inbox will re-sync with your email, but your problem will be fixed.
Suggest to make sure that Outlook Express is set up as your default email program (and not Outlook). To check this open Internet Explorer; select TOOLS, then Internet Options; Programs; and make sure Outlook Express shows as your E-mail client.
1. Go the File menu, then choose Work Offline in order to stop Outlook from trying to send all mails: 2. Switch to the Outbox. 3. You now have two options: a. Move the message: you can drag-and-drop or use the Edit: Move to Folder menu item to move the e-mail to your drafts folder. This will allow you to re-open the offending e-mail and slim it down by removing the large attachments before attempting to resend it.
b. Delete the message: this will immediately remove the message from the Outbox and put it in Deleted Items. 4.
If you receive an error at this point that says the message is being transmitted, close Outlook, wait for Outlook to exit (you may need to use Task Manager and wait for the Outlook.exe process to exit), and then start Outlook again and repeat steps 2-3. In some cases, the item may not be released until Outlook has restarted. 5. Go to the File menu, deselect Work Offline to start sending and receiving mail again.
EML extension is an Outlook Express file. You need to import the eml
files to Outlook Express first. Drag and drop the emails into Outlook Express preview pane. Then you can import the emails from OE to Outlook.
Are you using Outlook?
open Outlook, then click on help, then on drop down menu, cick on "detect and repair"
If that does not work:
Go to :
when the windows opens up , scroll down to MS Office, then click on change.
A window will open and the second choice should be "repair" You may need to have your MS Office handy. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe