My Visio Files were opened under Internet Explorer


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Chun

Hi:

This is the third time I tried to download Visio 2000 on
my PC. During the first time that I installed it, I
believed I said "yes" to an inquiry about something
related to webpage updates or links, and then I got a
message saying that my computer is not connected to
Microsoft.com or something similar to that, so I canceled
this option.

When I thought I was done installing it, I opened one of
the Visio files and it was opened as if it were under
Internet Explorer, and natually I don't have any of the
tool boxes and menus specific to Visio. I then un-
installed it and tried for another two times already (by
saying "No" to that web-related inquiry), and the
situation is still the same.

Your advice is much appreciated.
 
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Lori Pearce [MSFT]

Last I checked the only version of Visio that can be downloaded is the
Visio Viewer. That's sounds like what you describe.

If you want the regular, full version of Visio you need to purchase a
lisense (and get a CD).

Lori Pearce
Longhorn SDK Team
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Hi:

This is the third time I tried to download Visio 2000 on
my PC. During the first time that I installed it, I
believed I said "yes" to an inquiry about something
related to webpage updates or links, and then I got a
message saying that my computer is not connected to
Microsoft.com or something similar to that, so I canceled
this option.

When I thought I was done installing it, I opened one of
the Visio files and it was opened as if it were under
Internet Explorer, and natually I don't have any of the
tool boxes and menus specific to Visio. I then un-
installed it and tried for another two times already (by
saying "No" to that web-related inquiry), and the
situation is still the same.

Your advice is much appreciated.
 

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