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I have a windows 7 PC and am running WP 4. We migrated the system from XP to windows7 but now when performing a merge we get this error message.

PerfectScript Compiler:
Macro File C:\program Files (x86)\LexisNexis\Time Matters 11\tmmrg.wcm could not be opened.

is this a rights issue or is there something else i am missing?

Thanks
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Can you see the WCM file in Windows Explorer? Right click on it and choose Properties. Is the hidden attribute on? Read only?

It's been awhile since I've worked with WordPerfect. Is Time Matters an external add on? Isn't the latest version around 16 or so? Version 4 might not be supported.

I'm assuming, for the moment, that by "migrated the system" you updated the same box. If you are using a different Windows 7 box, it would seem that you have to install TimeMatters.
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i granted RW access to the template directory and it seems to work. Thanks
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