[mso] Re: (no subject)

ok, that is one that I have not thought of.  Thanks.

From: "Ray Blake" <ray@xxxxxxxxx>
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Date: Thu, 23 Dec 2004 18:07:02 -0000

The only other thing I can think of is this:

Control Panel - Internet Options - General - Accessibility

  - uncheck everything there.

Ray

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-----Original Message-----
From: mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Jeanne Lake
Sent: 23 December 2004 17:31
To: mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [mso] Re: (no subject)


OK this is what I have done so far;

Right Click, on desktop and went to properties, I have reset Themes to
Win
XP, Desktop to (none), ScreenSaver (none),  Appearance to Windows
Classic
Style, and Settings to 800 x 600, and 16 bit as it was 32 bit.  We did
not
have any Themes downloaded or used, all he did was change the color and
desktop to a windows a Windows XP picture on the computer.  I have
checked
MY COMPUTER, display properties they still appear the same after
changed.  I
have checked Accessibilty settings and  under display I have unchecked
High
Contrast and then rechecked it with no changes. It appears this way with
all
programs and internet sites, it was not this way a week ago when he was
playing on it.  He is not a young kid but a 17 year old, and he swears
he
only changed the desktop properties so that the adobe house XP picture
came
up and changed the display properties to Teal settings.  I have
unplugged
and reattached all the monitor and other plugs, oh and I also put
another
monitor from another computer on it, it did the plug and play and
located
the driver for it and still gave me the same thing.  I am not a genious
with
these things but I have been using one for along time at work and
internet
at home and this is the first I have had this problem.  My sons vo-tech
teacher is stumped also.  Is this possibly a video card issue?  The
computer
is about 11 months old, but I see all the other colors when people email
me
pictures and all, it is just going to web sites and on word background
that
is the problem.  OH, I cant set background colors in EXCEL either or
powerpoint, but I can set font colors in each of them.  I have not
loaded or
downloaded any new programs in the past few months, and I have a
firewall
program along with Ad-aware / Spybot / Norton 2004, I have MS Office
professional pkg, and my Kodak digital camera programs.  What else can I

tell you...

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