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 Difference Between a File Header & a File Name Extension?

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Problem attaching file that I scanned. I put extension of pdf. Error message file invalid specified. How to?

Most likely what you scanned was NOT saved as a PDF file.
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Do you have to file a state tax extension if you file an extension for federal?

According to the 2009/2010 version of "Tax for Dummies," you may have to file a state tax extension when you file an extension for your federal tax return. Each state is different, so you will need... Read More »
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What file extension is associated with Microsoft Outlook's offline file?

Microsoft Office Outlook uses the Personal Folders Files file format which uses the *.pst extension, and the Offline Outlook Data File file format which uses the *.ost extension. Throughout the pro... Read More »
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What is the file extension of a local object repository file?

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