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We just released another Fix it Knowledge Base (KB) article. This Fix it enables macros in WinHlp32 as described in KB 917607.
i went from a windows 98 to vista,,gateway....I cannot use my printer to copy my documents...they say it does not support it..I lost my adobe program that was very exopensive...I need this fixed...98' was a much much better rogram than vista and sorry I got it....
Sorry to hear that you are experiencing problems with Vista.
I do want to call out that the issues you have described do not appear to be directly related to the Enable WinHlp Macros Fix It that you've commented on.
However, I would like to provide a few suggestions in regards to the other concerns you’ve noted:
1) If you have an older version of Adobe you might need an update or a newer version depending on if your version was designed to work with Windows Vista.
2) Adobe has a replacement media option that you could research in obtaining replacement CDs for any Adobe software that came pre-installed or may be miss-placed. http://www.adobe.com/support/service/replacemedia.html Again I would first check to ensure that the version of Adobe software you are referencing is compatible with Vista.
3) Ensure that your printer is supported by Windows Vista by reviewing the HCL here > http://winqual.microsoft.com/HCL/ProductList.aspx?m=v&cid=900&g=d
i cannot instal my printer with windows vista i have a lexmam 730 what do i do now?
Thank you for taking the time to send a comment.
If the Fix it ran but didn't resolve your issue please ensure you having the
same issue that is described in Knowledge Base article 917607
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607)? The Fix it is only designed to
resolve the issue described in 917607 so if you are having a different issue
the Fix it won't resolve it.
Your symptom description does not appear to be the issue addressed by this
Fix it. Based on your report I suggest you use the "Get Help Now"
link in the top right corner of every Microsoft KB article.
I'm a new computerm user and I have lost the ability to reach and read my emails. Al attempts to do so get me into Microsoft office program (I think) I have Vista business server.
I have an older version of Punch Professional Home Design from Windows 2000 that I installed on my new computer and Vista can't read the help files. I've downloaded windows6.0kb917607-x64.msu and -x86.msu as requested and it still doesn't work. Please help
Your symptom description does not appear to be the issue addressed by this Fix it.
If you need immediate assistance please feel free to use the "Get Help Now" link in the top right corner of every Microsoft KB article. From this link you may choose the support option that works best for you.
Did you install te appropriate help file from the KB article you mentioned? That installs the program needed to read the help file format.
How can I install winhlp32.exe to enable me to use my flight sim 98 pro?I downloaded from the microsoft site but it won't install on my machine ( Vista ). Any help would be appreciated
The downloads for winhlp32.exe are available in KB 917607 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607) in the Resolution section.
Please understand that winhlp32.exe only allows you to read help files that require winhlp32.exe.
Thanks Brian. I'll give it a try and let you know the result.
Vista... am trying to put in a new font for my E-mails (Vivaldi Italic, which is in the PC under Fonts), but it just won't happen. I tried the "Fix it for me" (cause I'm a beginner with all PC's and most explanations R Greek to me). It's sez: it won't work because Vista needs WinHlp32 Macros, but it won't install. Is it Vista/me or both? Thanks, Cy
AM TRYING TO US MY PED TO OPEN MY EMBROIDERY FILES AND VISTA WON`T LET ME . WHAT DO I DO?????????????????? CATTLEQUEEN57@YAHOO.COMI`M READY TO THROW VISTA OUT THE WINDOW
Cy was wondering if anyone was home?
To obtain the WinHlp32.exe download for Windows Vista, visit the following Microsoft Web site: