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    Microsoft Office Picture Manager

    For many years this programme Home & Student 2007 has been my default Picture/Photo viewer, manager and editor. Suddenly, for about the past 2 weeks it will only open in an Icon size window in the Task Bar. I've no idea how or why this has happened but I would like to fix it.
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    Last edited by Banjo1; 2014-11-30 at 17:36.

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    Since you failed to say WHICH version of the program try this [it's for Office 2010]:

    Locate the shortcut/icon in Start, All Programs, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Office 2010 Tools then right-click it and click Properties then check the Run: box for how it's set open, change if necessary.

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    Thanks Berton I've edited my original post following your suggestion
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    Quote Originally Posted by Banjo1 View Post
    ...I've no idea how or why this has happened but I would like to fix it...
    Go to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Programs and Features

    Click on Home & Student 2007 in the list of programs, then click on the "Repair" or "Change" button above the list of programs.
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