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CONTINUE READING Join & Write a Comment Already a member? It's not Office Small Business but Standard, that doesn't include Publisher. In the "Microsoft Office 2000 plug-in" section, uncheck Enable plug-in. 4. I have Publisher 2000 SR-1 on Win XP Home, as well as Office 2003 Small Business Edition.
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You will lose the ability to move certain components, but you can still view and print the file. I appreciate any help on this. Often times, saving the file in the new version converts your Publisher file and allows you to use it without a problem. Start Norton AntiVirus. 2.
I've used it in the past when I needed to bring old documents into newer programs. Publisher 2013 Will Not Open File RSS feeds Main feed Forums feed All RSS feeds Site features Geekzone Mobile Geekzone Badges Geekzone Slack channel Geekzone on Twitter Geekzone Dashboard Geekzone offers Amazon orders (Kindle, books, everything) MightyApe The version of a Publisher file is not embeded in the files. Not directly.
I did a google search of the error message and it seemed to point to the 2002 version that was trying to be opened with the Office 2000 version. You file is only available for approximately 24 hours for download. ◄●●●► We Also Recommend... Publisher Has Detected A Problem In The File You Are Trying To Open Type the command, including the quotes, for your operating system and software, and then press Enter. Publisher Cannot Open The File 2013 Go to File and select Save As.
You can get more info at http://www.openoffice.org dmurfitt, Jun 23, 2005 #2 XL Guru Joined: Aug 30, 2003 Messages: 2,702 Welcome to the board. http://amigasuperbit.com/not-open/publisher-cannot-open-file-2007.html Cheers Paul 0 Comment Question by:PaulSmith Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/21358457/Publisher-cannot-open-files-from-a-different-version.htmlcopy LVL 3 Best Solution byC_Chambers Hi Paul, This message traditionally appears when the file was created in a newer version Covered by US Patent. And I thought I was being clever, thinking their version was 6.0 - I would imagine this will probably keep happening so it might be worth saving alot of future hassle Repair Publisher File
Tried opening the file in Draw, no joy. - I have XP office, but I have installed and fiddled with it so much I cannot remember if I installed it with Click OK, and then exit NAV. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Norton Antivirus 2000 Disable the plug-in for Office 2000: 1. Staff Online Now valis Moderator flavallee Trusted Advisor Noyb Trusted Advisor Curie Malware Specialist Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Business Applications > Home Forums Forums this content not liberal not conservative Latest: Thump553, Nov 10, 2016 at 7:46 AM Politics and News So why did Hillary lose?
Go to this link --> http://www.microsoft.com/Office/publisher/prodinfo/trial.mspx Hope this helps! Publisher Cannot Open The File 2016 I have installed Office XP and then Publisher 2000 (usually I forget to install Publisher until my wife reminds me - she uses it not me ) without any problems. Cheers 0 LVL 3 Overall: Level 3 MS Office 2 Web Components 1 Message Expert Comment by:C_Chambers2005-03-21 Comment Utility Permalink(# a13591938) Hi Paul, My first thought is that they let
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I can open all my old word files from back then. (I even have some old wordstar files, can anyone remember that! Disable NAV Script Blocking Norton Antivirus 2002/2003: 1. Thanks for any help you can give me. -- Sue Sue Reply With Quote 11-11, 06:15 PM #2 Re: Publisher cannot open files from a different version (again!) Hi Sue (microsoft.com), have a peek at these guys My first thought?
It will tell you they are version 6.0 because you have Publisher 6.0 on your computer. On the files I || can't open it says the version is Publisher 2000 Version 6. || || I really am not technical but I presume that means it is a So for you to open it, the creator can resave it in your versions formatt. 0 Message Author Comment by:PaulSmith2005-03-22 Comment Utility Permalink(# a13599680) I managed to get hold of The Run dialog box appears. 2.
I won't keep you (or Sarah) in suspense: It does! Copyright © 2012 TextNData.com. slide 2 of 3 MS Publisher Many MS Publisher files created in Publisher 2003 and later can be opened without a problem using newer versions of Publisher, such as MS Publisher