Display my documents command gives errors

The display my documents command gave me the following error

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John,

<p>First, are you using the latest and greatest VoicePower 11.53?</p>

<p><font face="Arial">I'm editing this post because I received your screen capture. Display my documents and show my documents are two different commands that display different dialogs. The display my documents command is one of the older VoicePower commands, still viable and very useful, but apparently it's giving you problems on your system.<br></p>Would you be so kind as to send us a copy of your VoicePower log and your VoicePower error log. </font><edited><editID>Chucker</editID><editDate>2011-08-01 07:51:16</editDate></edited>

Yes chucker I am using the latest and greatest 64-bit version.


“display my documents” is a command that provides you with a vertical file listing and it does work! Try it for yourself.

“show my documents” gives you a graphical interface view.

John,

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</font><p>However, you're correct and it is a very useful command even though it's an older one.</p>

<p>I personally use show my documents, which allows you to create your My Favorites folder and add and remove commonly used files, folders, drives, network drives webpages, etc.</p><edited><editID>Chucker</editID><editDate>2011-08-01 08:21:38</editDate></edited>

Chuck



I have forwarded the log files to you by e-mail.

I actually prefer the display my documents command rather than the show my documents command as at present I do not like the format of the show my documents command when it displays
Incidentally, both commands are listed in the help menu.
jomark2011-08-01 08:58:15