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Old March 8th, 2003, 05:13 AM
still_clucking still_clucking is offline
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Hi, Just received email that I have messages from forum and can
view them here as they were not delivered. Where the heck do I find
them? And I cannot even find my post when I post on here. Very
frustrating to say the least.


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Old June 13th, 2003, 03:10 AM
still_clucking still_clucking is offline
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Hi Chris,
I was attempting to make an auto-run cd for my pc and xat said it
cannot convert to mono, for me to convert to stereo. What does this
mean and how do I do it? Can I not make auto-run cd's? I have XP
with cd-writer. Xat is standard. Thanks, Jo


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Old June 16th, 2003, 09:39 PM
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<still_clucking@ > wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> I was attempting to make an auto-run cd for my pc and xat said
it
> cannot convert to mono, for me to convert to stereo. What does this
> mean and how do I do it? Can I not make auto-run cd's? I have XP
> with cd-writer. Xat is standard. Thanks, Jo

Do I not get an answer to my questions? Have not tried it again as
yet, xat was corrupted and had to re-install. Would still appreciate
an answer whether I can make one or not Before I waste a cd.


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Old January 13th, 2004, 12:15 AM
sidneyrevels sidneyrevels is offline
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Hey,

I need help. I have several slideshows I've put together and want to make
them available on our web site. www.tampabayrunners.com<http://www.tampabay
runners.com/> Our web master is not sure how to do it. He asked me to as
k, "How can these shows be put in a FrontPage program." He creates the web
page on FrontPage and downloads it to the server. Can someone help.

Thanks,
Sid Revels


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Old January 13th, 2004, 12:29 AM
sidneyrevels sidneyrevels is offline
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Another question:

Every time I try to, "e-mail this slideshow to a friend," I get a message
from MSN that a potential virus was detected and it removes the program - w
on't send it. Is it the execute file that MSN is afraid of, or do I really
have a virus? My Norton antivirus program is up to date, updated automati
cally, and runs often.

Thanks for any help.


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Old January 13th, 2004, 12:44 AM
 
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Hi
This is the only one of your questions that I may be able to respond to. MS
N is notorious for dumping any exe files as are some other servers and ther
e are also those who will not nor can not open them up. what I do is to zip
the show to another folder with a different name such as See This and then
send that and so far it has worked fine. Sandy


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Old January 13th, 2004, 12:48 AM
user58102000 user58102000 is offline
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hi
maybe this will help
i had to turn off security in outlook express
it was blocking attachments on my email
the box read as :do not allow attachment to
be saved or opened that could potentilly be a virus

david


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Old January 13th, 2004, 02:15 AM
 
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You can just lower it too when you know that you are sending or receiving a
n attachment Sandy


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Old January 13th, 2004, 03:31 AM
joselito_casimiro joselito_casimiro is offline
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Thanks Robin. Darren of XAT emailed me yesterday ang gave me the
same link. Now, I can already see the option to include original
image files. I have yet to try it though and see how stable this
engineering version is. Thanks again


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