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I recently install Firework mx on win2000 and most of the graphical file types have now been associated fireworks.

 

I have been trying to change it back to the image/fax viewer which came default with win2000.

 

Ne1 no how to do this?

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Open an explorer window...

 

click "tools"

click "folder options"

click on the "file types" tab

 

Select a file tipe, jpg, gif, whatever...

 

Click on the "change" button next to opens with.

 

 

That's all there is to it.

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I have u tried actual tried to change it because i already tried that,

 

It works fine if u link it to a program but the default viewer that i want

 

is "shell Image View Control" which is located in a .dll file.

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if you want to be slick..

 

go in to file types.. remove.. the JPG and Gif file types..

and then the ICON will chage to a Noname one.. then open it..

and Have it always open in Internet Explorer..

 

then go in to Filetypes again.. click on JPG go to change Icon.. and then select the old file Icon..

 

I do it all the time when Imagoweb screws up

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its alrite

 

all those ways to do it are nice and all but I dont think yous know

 

what im talking about

 

The original viewer wasnt iexplore

 

It was like the previewer on the left My Pictures folder but its wasnt

 

docked with the window.

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