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Re: Save button/preview button

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  • Adam <morrows_end@lycos.com>
    This is what i have so far: Textbox Save
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 29, 2002
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      This is what i have so far:

      <TITLE>Textbox Save</TITLE>
      <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
      var sColor="";

      function callDialog() {

      function update()
      oColor.innerText = sColor;
      // -->
      <P><center>Hello, I will help you with your voice recognition
      program.<center><br><SPAN ID="oColor"
      STYLE="color:black;font-size:14">**This is where your text will
      <INPUT TYPE="button" VALUE="Click Here to Start"

      Go here and click the button to see it.

      on the popup that comes up after you click the button ("Click here
      to start") how do i make the input box like this:

      Which is this:

      <TEXTAREA NAME="Whatever" ROWS="18" COLS="90"></TEXTAREA> ?????????

      Any Help out there?



      --- In ntb-html@yahoogroups.com, "Adam <morrows_end@l...>"
      <morrows_end@l...> wrote:
      > hello all, i'm a newbie. i'm just getting into this stuff. i
      > help with a page i'm trying to build. on the first page, i have a
      > text box (like the one i'm typing in now
      > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ntb-html/post ) And i'd like to
      > a button that does the same thing as the "Preview" button on this
      > page. but when i hit preview on MY page, i want it to show what
      > i've written, and have a button that, when i click it, opens
      > notepad, copies the text there, and goes to "File" then "Save As".
      > i kind of have the first page... i have a text box, and a button
      > that asks if i'd like to download notepad from the site, so i just
      > click "open" instead of "save" and it opens notepad. i'll post
      > site at http://www.geocities.com/morrows_end/textbox
      > i would really like it if my site had a subject line that- when i
      > save it to notepad- the subject line then becomes the name that
      > file is saved as. But i have no idea how to do any of this.
      > Thanx,
      > Adam
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