Thank for your comments but I'm afraid that I am no closer to solving the
problem. Your comment about security systems might help, though. When I
paste a section of a Word document to a Email Message (such as this) I get
the following error message "Your current security settings prohibit running
ActiveX controls on this page. As a result, the page may not display
Search as I may, I cannot find any way of turning on and off security
I think the clue is the FileNotFound message after copying files form
perhaps there is some sort of XP security scheme getting in the way? Have
you tried installing Sailwave while logged in as administrator? The
menu is constructed at run time from the HTML files in
which is presumably (apparently) empty - perhaps for the same reason that
you can't see copied files. Not much help I know but the results are
consistent. CJ. I have nil experience of XP I'm afraid. I do know that
few members of the SUG use XP - hopefully they'll see your message. I'll
look at the installation program I use to see if it has any tips about
installing onto XP.
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