From: Chris on 01/23/2001
: What if you don't get the message that it is properly registered? I tried to repair publisher 2000 and received the message that another version of publisher was installed (not) and go to add/remove programs (which is where I already was) to clear up the problem. Any ideas?
: : Hello,
: : This behavior can occur if the Ptxt9.dll file is missing or damaged, or is not properly registered in the Windows Registry.
: : To resolve this issue, use one of the following methods.
: : Delete the Ptxt9.dll File and Repair Publisher 2000
: : To delete the Ptxt9.dll file and repair Publisher 2000:
: : 1. Click Start, point to Find, and then click Files or
: : folders.
: : 2. In Microsoft Windows 2000, click Start, point to
: : Search, and then click For Files or Folders.
: : 3. In the Named box or the Search for files or folders
: : named box, type ptxt9.dll.
: : 4. In the Look in box, click My Computer, and then
: : click Find Now or Search Now.
: : 5. In the list of found files, right-click the
: : Ptxt9.dll file, and then click Delete. If you are
: : prompted to confirm the file deletion, click Yes.
: : 6. Close the Find: Files Named Ptxt9.dll window or the
: : Search Results window.
: : 7. Click Start, point to Settings, and then click
: : Control Panel.
: : 8. Double-click the Add/Remove Programs.
: : 9. Click Microsoft Office Disc 2, and then click
: : Add/Remove or Change.
: : 10.Click Repair Office.
: : 11. Click Repair errors in my Office installation, and
: : then click Finish.
: : 12.Register the Ptxt9.dll File in the Windows Registry
: : To register the Ptxt9.dll file in the Windows
: : Registry:
: : * Click Start, and then click Run.
: : * In the Open box, type regsvr32, press the
: : SPACEBAR, type the following line (including the
: : quotation marks), and then click OK
: : "drive:\program files\microsoft
: : office\office\ptxt9.dll"
: : where drive is the drive letter of the hard disk
: : on which Publisher 2000 is installed.
: : * If you receive the following message
: : DllRegisterServer in drive:\Program
: : Files\Microsoft Office\Office\Ptxt9.dll
: : succeeded.
: : * Then the Ptxt9.dll file is properly registered
: : in the Windows Registry.
: : * Click OK.
: : Regards,
: : Sherlock.
: : email@example.com
I have experienced this problem also and cleared it using your fix.
However, I only got to line 11 of the fix.
The repair programme was static after 30 mins, so I clicked cancel,it took another 10mins for the programme to shut down.
Anyway, to my great surprise the problem was fixed??????
Is the problem likely to occur seeing as how I didn't complete the fix.