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Old 05-10-2015, 07:51 AM   #1
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Default [Guide] Adding a custom file association for view/edit

Steps to add a custom file association to view and/or edit a file.
  1. From the main application window, Select Options > File Associations.
  2. Click the New Entry Button on the File Associations dialog.
  3. Enter the file mask (such as *.txt for files with the .txt file extension) and then click the OK button.
  4. Select the program to use to open the file. i.e. c:\windows\notepad.exe
  5. Click the desired boxes to use this program to view and/or edit the file.
  6. Click the OK button.
  7. Click the Save button to finish and save the changes.

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From the main application window, Select Options > File Associations.



  • Click the New Entry Button on the File Associations dialog.



  • Click the New Entry button on the New File Association dialog.



  • Enter the file mask (such as *.txt for files with the .txt file extension) and then click the OK button.



  • Select the program to use to open the file. i.e. c:\windows\notepad.exe
  • Click the desired boxes to use this program to view and/or edit the file.
  • Click the OK button.



  • Click the Save button to finish and save the changes.

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