If it's a link, the document isn't there - it's still on the original computer. :-(
If you do a properties on the file, if it's a link it'll show you what it points at. If you don't have that file, there's not much you can do - but at least you'll know for sure that it's a link.
----- Original Message -----
From: Ed Brown
Sent: Monday, December 13, 2004 11:37 PM
Subject: Re: [NTO] dot ink
I think you are right, it is a small L instead of an i. But how do I
open it or change the extension?
> Ed Brown wrote:
> >I received a small electronic book from a friend who said it was written
> >in Word, but instead of having .doc it has .ink
> >I cannot open it. What is .ink or dot ink? Diann's Book.ink is what I
> >see but it will not open in my computer. What do I need to open it?
> Sure it says .ink and not lnk (LNK)?
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