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Re: [NTB] Trying to get NoteTab to replace M$ Notepad

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  • Dave
    Hi have you tried right click open with and when it asks what to open with you find NTP and select always in the box . My open with has about five programs.
    Message 1 of 5 , Mar 4, 2005
      Hi
      have you tried right click open with and when it asks what to open with you
      find NTP and select always in the box . My open with has about five
      programs.
      you have to edit the registry to change the other "edit with notepad" and
      source.

      THANKYOU DAVE in au
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "essinger2001" <jimessinger@...>
      To: <notetab@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, March 02, 2005 4:03 AM
      Subject: [NTB] Trying to get NoteTab to replace M$ Notepad


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      > I have been trying to get NoteTab to replace M$ Notepad program to
      > edit HTML source code. When right clicking on a web page in Explorer,
      > and choosing view source - I always get M$ Notepad. I have tried
      > several ways to make windows use NoteTab instead of Notepad. The
      > Internet options programs show NoteTab Pro as the program for HTML
      > source code.
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      > I have used the Help>Replace MS Notepad option several times, but the
      > change does not stick. It never asks me to change back to MS Notepad,
      > so it seems like the change has never been made.
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      > I have go to the folders options and changed .htm and .html file types
      > to be edited with NoteTab Pro, but it still does not bring up NoteTab
      > Pro. Always with the crippled Notpad peice of junk.
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      > Any thoughts, helps???
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      > Thanks
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      > Jim
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