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Gert1904 Microsoft KB969615
Member 19th May, 2009 17:16
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Your excellent program today reported "Microsoft Offfice PowerPoint Viewer 2003" as insecure. However, when I apply the neccesary repair steps, no changes are needed (according to Microsoft). After a new scan the situation "still seems to be unsecure" (according to you).

Gert de Korte

wr RE: Microsoft KB969615
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I think if you follow the enclosed link the solution to your problem is there. http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/186...

wr

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Gert1904 RE: Microsoft KB969615
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wr,

Thank you for your answer. I realize, now, that I should have checked the forum before I posted my question. My apologies.

Currently, I am trying to unpack the exe-file you mentioned. Tugzip does not accept exe-files. My Winzip trial-period expired years ago. Searching for another tool.

Gert de Korte
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wr RE: Microsoft KB969615
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Enclosed link is for free download of WinZip I don't use this program personally but have seen good comments here on this & other forums.

http://www.winzip.com/downwz.htm

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Gert1904 RE: Microsoft KB969615
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WR,

Thank you very much for your answer.

With the help of the program you provided in your link, I was able to extract pptview.exe from the Microsoft file. All is well now!

I have also noticed that there is a 2007 Powerpoint Viewer version.

Kind regards,

Gert de Korte
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wr RE: Microsoft KB969615
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Good to know all is well now & I hope you have a nice weekend.

Regards, wr

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Gert1904 RE: Microsoft KB969615
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Thank you.

Same to you.

Gert de Korte
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