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How do I change the editor for the Edit command on the context menu for the asp file type in Win7?

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How do I change the editor for the Edit command on the context menu for the asp file type in Win7?
In Windows XP this was done in the Folder Options dialog box, File Types tab.
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1) open Control Panel
2) Click Default Programs
3) Associate a file type or protocol with a program
4) select the file type and click Change Program

I believe this will change for Open and Edit of the file type selected.
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