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Your file might be also locked by some other running process (like an antivirus software, or even a malware.) I personally install this small software that will let me see what's holding a lock on the file: LockHunter. Then when you install it, you can right-click any file and select "What is locking this file?" and it will show you a process that does: ...
The Inkscape approach is so far the quickest way I found for importing an SVG that generally works well in Publisher. Inkscape is also freeware and open source. With Inkscape installed: Right-click the SVG file and select 'Inkscape'. Once Inkscape opens with the image, select all (CTRL + A) and copy (CTRL + C). In Publisher, paste the image (CTRL + V). ...
Super clunky: hit Enter until you're in the second column.
If the targets of your hyperlinks are being loaded from the local file system, an internal network, or some other Intranet site, they're likely being loaded into compatibility view as a result of the default settings. You can change this by changing the local compatibility view settings. For a full walkthrough of the steps for individual machines, see this ...
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