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My default editorof my java source code is "note pad".
But, i want to open those java files on "word pad" as my default edtor.
I'm using windows 98 OS,
i couldn't find any "open with" command like in XP,where we can change our properties as our chooses.
thanx
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find one of your java files in windows explorer
hold down the shift key and right click
choose open with
make ssure the box always open with is checked
open in wordpad
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