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Whenever i open txt document it shows error with my wordpad

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·Close Microsoft Word, then click Start, Run, type winword /a and press Enter. Try to open the document using this copy of Word.
·Try to insert the damaged document into a new document. Create a new document, then click on Insert, File, select the damaged document and click Insert.
·Try opening the file using WordPad then re-saving it to a new file, or copyimg the contents and pasting them into a new Word document.
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WordPad comes as part of Windows, it doesn't really have any files (documents) you can however associate file types to it. .txt and .rft If you want these types of files to open in say word. Right click any .txt file and any .rft file, select Open With, "Choose Default Program", Select Word and make sure "Always use the selected program" is check" and those file types will now always open in Word. If this is not what your looking for please comment back and elaborate on your issue you are having.
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PS. would be a good job to copy wordpad.backup, just in case something goes wrong tomorrow or another day ;-)

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