Re: [NTO] ie7
- Hi Dave,
>do not know if anyone else has downloaded this ,I think sofar itHold your mouse over the world icon and read the Status bar at
>works very well with notetab std ,had about 10 .htm files open
>at the same time ,every time I finished one clicked on the world
>icon it gave another tab did not go to the full 10 tabs .
the bottom of the screen (View | Statusbar).
>second thing has anyone done anything with the mht format I think it is aI haven't. I only know that our Aid4Mail can convert email to that format.
>firefox and IE7 format ???
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- On 22 Mar 2006 at 1:51, dave wrote:
> second thing has anyone done anything with the mht format I think it is aThis is strictly an MS thing, not Firefox. Here are some details:
> firefox and IE7 format ???
Program and/or Extension Function: MHTML Document
Company: Microsoft Corporation
Archived Web Page. When you save a Web page as Web archive, the Web page saves this
information in Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension HTML (MHTML) format with a .MHT file
extension. All relative links in the Web page are remapped and the embedded content is
included in the .MHT file. The absolute references or hyperlinks on the Web page remain
unchanged and the .MHT file is viewed using Internet Explorer. Note: This file type can
become infected and should be carefully scanned if someone sends you a file with this
File Extension Details for .MHT
Live to learn...forget...and learn again. Brian
- Jody wrote, on Friday, March 24, 2006 10:47 AM re: [NTO] ie7
>>second thing has anyone done anything with the mht format I think it isActually, Jody, that's not such a great trick because even I can do it. I
>>firefox and IE7 format ???
> I haven't. I only know that our Aid4Mail can convert email to that
just change the file extension from .MHT to .EML and hey presto! I can
read the file in Outlook Express. The two formats are variations on the
Of course I daresay Aid4Mail does a million other things I *can't* do so