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Chris Watts (27.02.2007, 11:46)
Firstly apologies for posting to a german newsgroup in English. My german
is poor and this seems the only relevent group that I can find.

I am transfering my Lotus Organizer (v5.04) files to a new computer (Windows
XP PRO). The data files are not a problem but I am having difficulty with
the printing layouts

I have copied the .PLT files to the \organizer\layout directory but cannot
see these layouts in the appropriate part of the printing dialogue. Last
time I did this process (many years ago) I recall that I had to add some
info to an INI file also - but cannot remember what it was called and where
it is.

Can you please help
Chris Watts
schoen.stefan (03.03.2007, 23:16)
On 27 Feb., 10:46, "Chris Watts" <n> wrote:
[..]
> it is.
> Can you please help
> Chris Watts


See . May be the problem is this:

Problem A customer attempts to print but no layouts are available.

Solution This issue was reported to Lotus Quality Engineering and is
currently under investigation. There are two possible workarounds. You
can reinstall Organizer as the user attempting to print or add entries
to the Registry for the user attempting to print.

Supporting Information TO ADD REGISTRY ENTRIES

NOTE: The information in this Technote is presented as a guideline for
making changes within the Windows Registry. The Windows Registry is
central to the operation of Windows, and any changes must be performed
with care. As with any configuration change, it is highly recommended
that customers have complete backups of computer systems and data
files before attempting the following procedure, in order to
facilitate recovery from system file corruption or other possible
failures. Lotus does NOT recommend that customers make changes to the
Windows Registry without the assistance of Microsoft Technical
Support . Further, customers who manually modify the Windows Registry
may not be eligible for Microsoft Technical Support until Windows is
reinstalled. Customers making changes to the Windows Registry do so at
their own risk.

1. Log in as the Administrator.

2. On the Windows Taskbar, select Start, Run, and type
"regedit" (without quotes).

3. Click OK.

4. Select the key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Lotus\Organizer\97.0 (this number
corresponds with the version of Organizer) \PaperTypes.

5. Select Registry, Export Registry File.

6. Save the Registry file to a directory accessible to the user
attempting to print.

7. Select the key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Lotus\Organizer\97.0 (this number
corresponds with the version of Organizer) \Reports.

8. Select Registry, Export Registry File.

9. Save the Registry file to a directory accessible to the user
attempting to print.

10. Close the Registry Editor and log in as the user who is attempting
to print.

11. Double-click the two Registry files created as the Administrator.

12. Start Organizer and print.

Regards,
Stefan Schoen
Chris Watts (04.03.2007, 12:56)
<schoen.stefan> wrote in message
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[..]
> 12. Start Organizer and print.
> Regards,
> Stefan Schoen


Thanks, I will give that a try.

Chris Watts
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