Microsoft esentials has changed my defaults of both irfanview photos and Microsoft powerpoint to become their photo viewer and their office outlook. Can't seem to get the defaults back to what I want. Anyone know how to do this ?
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Re: Microsoft essentials has changed my defaults of
It was *NOT* Microsoft Essentials that made the change!
Open "My Documents".
Click Folder Options.
Click File Types.
Remove all the "association" entries that point to the Microsoft Powerpoint program.
Remove all the "association" entries that point to the Microsoft Photo Viewer.
Then, double-click one of your photos, and Windows will ask you to select which program to use to open your photo. Choose IRFANVIEW VIEWER, and click the "always use this program" check-mark.
Double-click one of your PowerPoint files, and do as above.
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The quick answer is No -- but you'll probably free scanning software with your scanner.
You get Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, but none of them talk to scanners. There is a free program called IrfanView (which you can download from download.com). It has a TWAIN acquisition section for scanning in documents as jpegs (or whatever your favorite document format happens to be).
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The 2007 Microsoft Office system uses the Windows operating system default
input language to determine the default language for the 2007 Office release
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operating system and uses the default Windows language as the default language.
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The image when recorded in the camera is known as JPEG[EXIF} The EXIF bit is all the essential data the camera recorded about the camera [make model] exposure detail and much else. When the computer gets the images - it does not know about or need EXIF so it ignores it. Thus the images becomes a plain JPEG. Cameras cannot read plain JPEG. There are ways and means of 'restoring'[fudging to fool the camera] but in reality is it worth it? However if you want to try down load and learn to use Irfanview[Its free - simply type 'Irfanview' in your browser.
As long as the camera is working OK, don't worry too much - the software isn't essential - yours is obviously in japanese, so unless you can read jap, installing a font won't help!. When the camera is connected to windows XP, it is just a disc drive - you can see it through windows explorer, and if you open the folder DCIM you will find all the pictures you have taken. You can copy these to anywhere you want. Also, you can use any photo-editing software to open/edit your pix. As I also have an olympus camera I am actually using the olympus software to open/edit the pix on the lumix! For a free photo viewer/basic editor try irfanview from www.irfanview.com. For a really good editor paintshop pro is good, but there are many editor progs outthere both free and pay. Just google photo or image editor