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I'm running Win 2000 Pro.  Ever since I installed Paint Shop Pro 9,  the 'file type' column in Windows Explorer shows every kind of non-vector graphic as "Paint Shop Pro 9 image".  I'd like to get back to seeing whether a graphic is .tif or .tga .wmf, etc.  Can I over-ride this Paint Shop pirate?  Thanks,

Warren Shore
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Why not just turn on displaying file extensions?  Otherwise you'd have to disassociate paintshop with those graphic types and you wouldn't be able to open the files with a simple double-click.

Otherwise, you SHOULD be able to type at a command line:

ASSOC .TIF=
ASSOC .TGA=
ASSOC .WMF=

etc. and this should reset the file associations.
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