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    How can I change a .htm ext to an .asp ext? What web editors should I used for .asp? Please help.....

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    If your using Windows 98 or Windows 95 with IE 4+ and have ActiveDesktop installed, go to View -> Folder Options in Explorer. On the View tab there will be a check box that says "Hide extensions for known file types" or something similar. Uncheck it. Click OK.

    If your using Windows 95 with IE 4 and don't have ActiveDesktop installed. It will be View -> Options in Explorer. Same check and it should be on the first tab. Uncheck and click ok.

    Now in Explorer simply highlight the file you want to change and hit F2 or choose Rename off the context menu (right-click).

    If you have to change the names of a lot of files then go to the directory. On the Start menu choose Run and type COMMNAND. Click ok. You should be in the appropriate directory. At the prompt type: ren "*.htm" "*.asp"
    Then hit enter.

    AS for editors that you can use any modern HTML editor should be able to support ASP pages you just won't get WYSIWYG effects in Dreamweaver or Frontpage unless you have PWS installed on your machine even then its speculative.

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    Thanks! This is my first time using this site and I am very impress. <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote/font><HR>Originally posted by wluke:
    If your using Windows 98 or Windows 95 with IE 4+ and have ActiveDesktop installed, go to View -&gt; Folder Options in Explorer. On the View tab there will be a check box that says "Hide extensions for known file types" or something similar. Uncheck it. Click OK.

    If your using Windows 95 with IE 4 and don't have ActiveDesktop installed. It will be View -&gt; Options in Explorer. Same check and it should be on the first tab. Uncheck and click ok.

    Now in Explorer simply highlight the file you want to change and hit F2 or choose Rename off the context menu (right-click).

    If you have to change the names of a lot of files then go to the directory. On the Start menu choose Run and type COMMNAND. Click ok. You should be in the appropriate directory. At the prompt type: ren "*.htm" "*.asp"
    Then hit enter.

    AS for editors that you can use any modern HTML editor should be able to support ASP pages you just won't get WYSIWYG effects in Dreamweaver or Frontpage unless you have PWS installed on your machine even then its speculative.

    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>



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