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Changing all files to .html from .htm on Windows NT/2000

Posted on 2001-07-16
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Does  dreameweaver allow you to change the
file extensions of .htm files to .html and save then on Windows .NT or Windows 2000.

If so, how do you do it.

If not, why not.

thanks
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Question by:zipdog44
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IanDean earned 50 total points
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Hi zipdog44,
In Document window of MM Dreamweaver, choose Edit > Preferences.
In the Preferences dialog box, choose General category, then in the 4th line of File Options section, type .html and select the checkbox Add extension When Saving. It make every new file that you create have the >html extension.
To change the old files to the .html extension, in the Site window, right click the file you want to change extension, then choose Rename, and change the .html extension.
Cheers,
Ian Dean
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Very clear great answer
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