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OS 10.5 - Lost TextEdit


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TextEdit lost, How do I recover?
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What do you mean by lost? Is it just no longer on the Dock or has it been deleted from your Applications folder?


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It's gone from my Application folder
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You can use a program called Pacifist to view the contents of the original install packages and extract just textedit
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thanks Louishen, will give it a try,
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Worked like a charm. Again, thanks.
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