How to save Dreamweaver HTML or PHP file using CTRL+S without an automatic 'Save as Template' form.

Hi,
Every time I try to save my HTML or PHP files in Dreamweaver, I automatically get a 'SAVE AS TEMPLATE' form.  I don't want to save my file as a template so I am forced to CTRL+SHIFT+S (Save as).  Why is it doing this and is there anything I can do about it.

Kind regards,

Nitin
nitinsendbAsked:
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RouchieCommented:
How are you creating the new document?  Is there some DW comments in the code telling DW that the file is a template?
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
Hi nitinsendb,

Try going to Edit | Keyboard Shortcuts and remapping the Save option...
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nitinsendbAuthor Commented:
Yes, there were some comments such:-

<!-- TemplateBeginEditable name="doctitle" -->

Since they were only comments I didn't think they would affect how Dreamweaver views them....especially if the actual files have the .php extension.  But once I delete comments (there are about 3 of them), ctrl+s works fine.  I must have saved a previous template as PHP and these comments are leftovers from when the file used to be a template.  Anyway.......all is well........thanks a lot.
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nitinsendbAuthor Commented:
I think I must have saved a previous template file as PHP and these comments are leftovers from this.  I deleted the comments and all works fine now.  Thanks a lot!  
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RouchieCommented:
DW sometimes uses comments within pages to help it understand what the page is doing.  This is one of those situations...!
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