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Changing default program that edits html file

Posted on 2011-09-23
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Right-click with option to Edit an html file causes MS Word to open the file.  If I double-click, needless to say, my browser opens the page.

I want to change the default EDITING program.  Can't see how to do it.

Thanks.
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IE>Tools>Options>Programs>HTML Editor, and select what you would like there......
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For IE9, there is a button under the Programs Tab. Are you needing to change the app, to one that's is not listed?
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