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Any of you that do websites and like to open .html and similar files in notepad to edit scripts, this is the coolest windows registry edit ever you can download the zip file with the .reg in it (run it and it automatically adds itself to your registry) or do it manually.
Manually: regedit and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\*\Shell add the key "notepad" it's default value should be "open with notepad" now, under "notepad", add the key "command" it's default value should be (with the quotes) "c:\windows\system32\Notepad.exe" "%1"
ok, exit regedit and go right click on ANY file... you new option: Open with notepad.
I know this one works on XP and 2000, you can PROBABLY enter it manually on windows 9x, but I have not tested that.
I know maybe not everyone cares... but this was fun for me because I love tweaking my computer and it makes some web design stuff easier for me :D
Notepad alone will not number your pages for you. If you determine how many lines fit on a printed page you then could format your Notepad document accordingly and place a page number at the bottom of each page. This may take experimentation and will depend on your font type and size as well. So play around and you should be able to figure out what works in your case.
the internet or email link is called a "Hyperlink"
like this one for my web address... http://www.sureshayyar.110mb.com
notepad will not show u the underline as it's just a notepad...to do that u need to use MS Word or any other software that can recognise HTML language and notepad will not recognise HTML language.
(HTML :Hyper Text Markup Language)
Just adjust the Start In property in the shortcut within the Menu Tree. Do Start > Settings > Taskbar and Start Menu. Click the Advanced tab. Click the Advanced button. An Explorer window comes up with your menu tree as its source. In order, double-click the Programs, and then the Accessories folder. Right-click the Notepad icon and choose Properties. Type your preferred folder in the “Start In” text box, click OK and Notepad will start wherever you wish. Same procedure for WordPad.