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I hope this helps. and any changes I try make my UAC is just let me to click No... Similar Threads - Administrator address book Cancelled Administrator account: How to get it back? Can you open WordPerfect, click on Tool | Address book ?

ask the person that installed XP (manufacturer or whoever). Replies: 3 Views: 69 Sue Jan 7, 2004 office97 pro on WinXP Jason Yang, Jan 30, 2004, in forum: Microsoft Office Misc. Until recently I've always used an administrator account despite this advice. Still problems?

havnt done it in a while lol 13-04-2004,01:09 PM #3 jareemon Guest Re: XP Pro Administrator settings dunno whats up with those emoticons there sposed to be back-slashes Quick Navigation Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. go to start/all programs/accessories/address book. And thank you for being my 'guinea pig' test case, Did you also manage to create a "Limited User" account?Finding and transferring your Thunderbird email files should be easy.

Category:Computer Share this conversation Expert: Andy replied11 years ago. Andy is online now Where specifically are my address book files XP Pro Resolved Question: Address book XP where specifically are the address book files kept on my windows XP Pro To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 3 of 3 Thread: WP8 address book/Windows XP If it came preinstalled, the password may be blank.

Stay logged in Sign up now! All of the individual suite applications are supported here, so please post your question in the relevant section for help. There are three user accounts: Daddy - Administrator...this is my account; Child - Standard User; and Visitor - Standard User. (These are not the accounts' real names.) I really should be Replies: 1 Views: 107 Ron Mann Feb 20, 2004 Do I need to install Office on desktops if I'm running it in TS?

My docs and favs are generally located in the following path *:\Documents and settings\\ if u wanna gt really stick there is a way you can actually copy the whole application if their own admin account becomes corrupt, they can still access the system without having to use the System Administrator account.So, this is where you are now. I was keeping lengthy amount of information about customers in my address book files, the largest files are now missing. Murphy's Law says, as soon as you did that, your System Administrator account would become corrupt and then you would be locked out of the computer.But, accessing Safe Mode for any

Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. If that System Administrator account became corrupted, the user would have absolutely no access, and no recourse but to re-install XP.We also recommend that users then create a 2nd Admin capable Jerry Werner, Sep 26, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Office Misc. thanks Mako 13-04-2004,01:06 PM #2 jareemon Guest Re: XP Pro Administrator settings As for the emails and addresses, you will need to export your addresses...

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go to File>Export>Address Book(WAB) then save it in a location that will be available to the new power user, ie shared documents. After all this I would Import it and you are back to normal operating. Or you can simply copy your files and favorites, folders etc... No, create an account now.

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Now I'm trying to add an account called "Administrator", but XP reports there already is one by that name - but it isn't listed nor is it available on the Welcome

I'm not sure how to start in Safe Mode, but am willing to learn.Anyway, many thanks again. Sign Up Now! On Windows 2000 go to c:\winnt\system and rename mapi32.dll to mapi32.old . Please add the full version number of WordPerfect (from help-about, a number like: and the version of your operating system to your profile in the "Member's Center", that way we

Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Results 1 to 3 of 3 Thread: XP Pro Administrator settings Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Type in "PFREG.EXE" in the named filed in Find Files or Folders. Raymond0811, Sep 18, 2016, in forum: Windows XP Replies: 2 Views: 347 SpywareDr Sep 18, 2016 Lost 'Administrator' cant find him!

That link in my post above shows how to load XP into Safe Mode using the "F8" option, (the safest). Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories GPU HIERARCHY CPU HIERARCHY Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT Pro Login|Sign Up Seagate FreeAgent Go USB Device ~ 500 GigaBytes Internet Speed 4 mb/sec wanchoo View Public Profile Find More Posts by wanchoo How do I as administrator share the addressbook with a That link is http://support.microsoft.com/kb/313055/3] This is not foolproof.

Harry Guest Two people use this computer(Windows XP Professional and Office XP), the Administrator and a User. The full default path of the Database folder is C:\Corel\Suite8\Shared\Address\Database.] To Reinstall just the Address Book:Run the Corel WordPerfect Suite 8 setup Choose custom install Click on Selection Options then check Only the Administrator can use the address books in Outlook. It describes a method for setting up an extra .PST file that can be stored in a shared location and can contain just the information that needs to be shared.

All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. As soon as they do that, the "System Administrator" account then disappears from the Welcome Screen. Troubleshooting Macros & Merges VB.Net for WordPerfect Office VB.Net automation lessons and code snippets for WPO DOS WordPerfect WordPerfect Office Installing & Upgrading Law Office Networking Other WordPerfect Office Programs Non-English