Hi Lou, ... Jim Hall has written a procedure to do that on W2K machines which is different than Win95/98/NT/ME. See either of these posts:Oct 22, 2001 1 of 5View SourceHi Lou,
>The help file indicates that NoteTab cannot replace Notepad inJim Hall has written a procedure to do that on W2K machines which
>Win2K. Is there a quick way to associate all txt, ini, and other
>text type files with NoteTab?
is different than Win95/98/NT/ME. See either of these posts:
If that confuses you try this:
You can associate .txt files in NoteTab under View | Options |
Associations. Look in the Utilities Library under the NoteTab
Shortcuts section for a Clip that will make NoteTab IE's editor.
There is another way that was made by a Win2000 NoteTab user that
edits the registry. A number of people have used it with no
problems. Right click over the Clip once unzipped and look at
the settings that will be added or changed in the registry.
Unzip the file to your NoteTab Libraries folder.
--> ONLY install on Win2000 <--
_DO NOT_ install on other OS' such as Win95/Win98/WinNT!
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