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Windows 7: Default File Type Associations - Restore

10 Feb 2018   #880

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Finally, after looking through whole internet I've found this tutorial.

I had problem with .pdf and .docx. I downloaded .reg for .pdf and edited it to suit .docx files by changing 3 lines in .pdf reg file. Simple and works perfectly.

Thanks, Brink.

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10 Feb 2018   #881

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

I'm glad it could help Globoo, and welcome to Seven Forums.
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