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How do I solve the problem with my Icons?

By mosaysay ·
How do i solve the problem with my icon? All of my icons in the start menu and some icons on the desktop have change to word 2007 including IE and Firefox. When I click on yahoo messenger for instance, Word 2007 would open with a dialog box. With the title, File Conversion-YahooMessenger.exe, Then follow by, Select the encoding that makes your document readable. Then Text encoding: Under Text encoding, there are there radio buttons options: Windows(Default) MS-DOS and the third Other encoding. There is another box within the right corner of this dialog box with white background. In this box you have these: Wang Taiwan, Western European ( DOS),Western European ( IA5),Western European ( ISO),Western European ( Mac)and Western European ( Windows)
Within this same dialog box, there is another box with white background under preview at the lower part that covers almost 45% of the entire dialog box. The texts in this box are not readable.

At the lower right corner of the dialog box, is the OK and Cancel options.

Please help me solve this problem.

Thanks

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Merge this with your registry

by seanferd In reply to How do I solve the proble ...

http://www.dougknox.com/xp/file_assoc.htm
You want the exe file association fix.

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by mosaysay In reply to Merge this with your regi ...

I follow the link. at the top of the page i see Windows XP File Assoction Fixes and i have Windows 7 running on my laptop.

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by mosaysay In reply to Merge this with your regi ...

I follow the tip and was able to enter Registry Editor. What do I do now that I am in?

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Try this.

by seanferd In reply to How do I solve the proble ...

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/950505

I couldn't tell you what would be different in 7, if anything. If I was running a copy, I'd just paste the reg entry here.

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