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Changing file association

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I've set Microsoft office picture manager as the default program for tif files.

I chose the simplest way for it. Right clicked a tif file and Pointed to Open With.... and then Choose a default Program
Double clicking a tif file opens it in Microsoft Office Picture Manager.

But if I right click a tif file and select Print from the context menu, the file is printed with windows photo viewer.


How can I make the tif files be printed by Microsoft Office Picture Manager.

I have the same problem on windows 7 and windows XP home.


Any kind of advice is much appreciated.


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