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Cant Save in Publisher 07

I installed Publisher 07 trial in Crossover, and it runs fine, but when i try to save, it crashes,

I found on the internet that replacing rpcrt4.dll fixes it, i did abut it still crashes but it doesent come up with report to M$

i did havd M$ XML 3 installed when i installed publisher, but only installed XML 6.0 like 5 min ago, would that affect anything?

Can anyone help?

opening files works fine, but saving is the problem,

also, how does one open Windows Update in Crossover?

At this time the Windows update does not work with CrossOver. Some of the service packs work with their respective programs (Service Pack 1 & 2 for Office 2003), and we are working to get one shot updates functioning. The updates for Adobe CS2 function with a bit of tinkering. But, the overall Windows update is not functional.

As far as what a programs requires to run (such as XML), if a certain version is required, it must be installed in the bottle with the program to get those features functioning.

Finally, at this time Publisher 2007 is listed as 'Honorable Mention' in our system, so we do not have the necessary information to get this program running with Crossover, perhaps posting within the forum located here would get advocate attention:

A side note, you can find more information on this application at WineHQ:

Some test results seem to indicate that once you have installed Publisher 2007 the replacement rpcrt4.dll needs to be removed, but I do not have confirmation of that helping. Good luck.

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