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phill.freeman

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About phill.freeman

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  • Birthday 12/23/1986

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    42" Westinghouse monitor 3.2 Ghz AMD Processor 2 Gigabytes Ram 2 Cdrw, 1 DVDRW windows xp sp2
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  1. all you need to do is go back to the "edit file Type" window and highlight open then click on the button to the right that says set as default.
  2. sorry... im on my way to work... otherwise i would give you a walk through... this site : http://windowsxp.mvps.org/context_folders.htm should help. !!! WARNING!!! contains registry hacks, which could make your computer inoperable. if you do not feel comfortable doing this, or do not fully understand STOP and do not touch until you fully understand what you want to do. come back and let me know... you can email me at phil.freeman@hotmail.com if you want any more help. in 8 hours i will be checking this forum again.
  3. just click on new.. then type in print directory for the name, and browse for your new *.bat file.
  4. ok larry... i think what you are saying is you have the print directory set as default... heres a pic if you aren't sure what i mean. all you need to do is go back into that screen and click on open, then click the "set as default" button and you are now good.
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