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Subject:Re: Startup for Paradox 11 - Win 10 64bit
Date:Wed, 28 Mar 2018 10:27:06 +0100
From:John Wright <>
Thanks Steven. I will see what I can do on the basis of your resolve 
method. I just don't like to be defeated on such things when they arise.

Yes, stick to v9 is probably sensible but someone else asked me what it 
was like and as I had not used it to date thought I would see how I got 
on with it! It just seems strange that you cannot get at the Startup 
area as is available in most other software!


On 22/03/2018 20:38, Steven Green wrote:
> is the icon on the task bar? usually, in Win10, you can't edit it on the 
> task bar.. you have to kill it, make a new one, edit the new one, and 
> then pin it to the taskbar.. and wait for the one old one on the start 
> menu to go away :-)
> and me personally, I'd stick with p9 dev
> -- 
> Steven Green
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> "John Wright"  wrote in message news:5ab2b964$
> I have just installed Paradox 11 Standalone (part of Wordperfect Frof.
> X8) on a new computer. I have not installed Pdox 11 before relying on
> Pdox 9 Development version.
> I find when I look at the Properties in the File Location that "Target"
> is faded out above the rest of the settings like "Start in" so I cannot
> set the startup.
> It may be that I am being very blinded by something but I cannot find
> how to get at that startup script area to amend it to the settings I want.
> What am I missing please?

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