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Old Feb 3, 2011, 10:39 AM   #1
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mac's default is opening downloaded material in powerpoint

Every time I try to download something (i.e. Silverlight), when I double click the content my mac wants to try to open it through Microsoft Powerpoint. Is there a default setting that I need to change? I have tried opening it through different applications, but am a newb when it comes to Macs. Anything would be helpful, thanks.
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How can I change what program opens a certain file on a Mac?


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