I'm using Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, and I'm using the program Expressit 3.1 to create my CD labels.
I downloaded it from here: exPressit SE - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET Download.com
Now, the files it creates, of which I have several made using its previous version, 3.0, are suffixed .exp. I have set my Windows 7 installation so that ExpressIt is the default program to open these files. Double-clicking an .exp file should therefore open that CD label in the ExpressIt program.
However, when I double-click an .exp file, the ExpressIt program does not open so that I can work with the file. If I run the ExpressIt program first, then 'Open' the file from within the program, it all works fine. (The problem with this 'workaround' is that when going to Open the file, its default directory is nowhere near the directories containing my .exp files and takes ages to browse to, so I don't want to do it like that).
So, is there some sort of setting I have missed out that prevents the program running when I double-click the .exp file icons? Or is there a tweak I can use?