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Open a password protected PPT in editable format

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Elcomsoft Advanced Office Password Recovery works very well. It costs 49$ for the home edition.

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I have the hallmark card studio 2005, but I can't send it by e-mail. it says No profiles have been created. To creat a new profile, use the Mail icon in the Control Panel.
Which I have done it can't do anything in it. If you can help me out I will greatly apprecaite. Thanks Grams

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PPT or PPTX files work on some win7 machines and not on others


This appears to be the result of a recent security update for Powerpoint. You can use the PPTX Repair Kit for resolving this issue or uninstall the update... http://www.pptx.repair/
Also You can use the information noted in the link below
https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/c835c795-a94c-48ec-b5a7-3313f80078ad/how-to-handle-with-corrupted-ppt-2003-file?forum=officeitprolegacy

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I cannot open a wav file that is on my desktop. Says file is in an unsupported format.


This free software here, http://www.videolan.org/ can play any video/audio file without worry of supporting formats.
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How can i edit in pdf files


Go to these links for futher information:

How to Edit PDF Files Tutorial
http://www.investintech.com/products/desktop/editpdf/
Adobe Acrobat Tutorial
http://gsw.edu/~oiit/techsupp/acrobat.html
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http://www.prepressure.com/pdf/basics/editing
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My Nikon Coolpix 7900 digital camera produce .MOV 640x480 dv films. They can´t be used in Sony Vegas Movie Studio 8d.I can play them in Quick Time and VLC player. What to do?


Hello there amarylis_la_.

Here's your GEEK-steer ...

== INTERPRETATION ==

What I'm hearing is:
  • It's not well enough that you are able to view the output of your Nikon (or at least not with Quick Time and VLC player only), but you wish to edit it as well?
  • Your Sony Vegas Movie Studio 8d cannot open/import your Nikon's produced files?
  • Your Nikon produced output files are extension .MOV?
== ANALYSIS ==

If all the above is accurate, then I'm a bit perplexed. Here's why:
  • Per the publisher's own webpage, version 9 accommodates import of "AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MOV, WMV".
  • Mmmm, so then maybe Sony Vegas Movie Studio only added .MOV format import capability sometime after your version 8d?
  • However, although I couldn't easily find a specific import spec list for version 8d, this publisher description states version 8d can "edit video in nearly any format". Given the fact that version 9 does accept .MOV, and .MOV certainly being common standard enough to reasonable be expected to apply as "nearly ANY format", it seems strange that you're unable to open/import it.
== QUESTIONS ==
  1. Are you receiving an error message of any kind upon attempting to import/open the file?
  2. Is .MOV listed in "Sony Vegas Movie Studio"'s open/import "Files of type:" drop-down list?
  3. When analyzed with G-Spot, what video codec info (upper right) is reported on your Nikon output files?
== CONCLUSION ==
  • If indeed your Sony Vegas Movie Studio cannot import your Nikon produced video, AND you require being able to edit it, your only option is to get another video editor/converter that will.
  • If you post back describing what your specific objectives are (set-top DVD Player/portable-device playback, clean-up editing, more comprehensive creative editing, etc.), I'd be happy to recommend capable freeware/trialware software choices that will "FixYa" up (pardon the pun).
Thanks in advance for posting back ...
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  • if you have any further questions,
  • to provide clarification or feedback.
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Sep 27, 2009 | Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 8

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I CAN'T OPEN MY E MAIL YAHOO ACTUAL ACCOUNT


maybe u forgot your email password if u lost your password u can get it through your hint question
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I need to open a dxr file in vista??


This is a Macromedia Director file, but the DXR extension is saved in a non-editable, or locked format; may be used for distributing Director files to users who do not need to edit the contents of the Director movie.

Jul 05, 2009 | Macromedia Flash MX

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To edit pdf files..


Buy Adobe Acrobat. It will let you edit PDF files. I have never heard for pdf in IEEE format

Feb 27, 2009 | Adobe Acrobat 7.0 for PC

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