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Little help here please with text programs...

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June 30, 2005 8:22:55 PM

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All of the sudden, the TITLES to my WordPad, Rich Text and Notepad documents
now all have file extensions; i.e., .doc (WordPad, .rtf (Rich Text) and .txt
(NotePad).

What did I screw up to cause this? And how can I restore the default
behavior where the extensions are not needed? (I do not have MS Word.)

Thanks again all.

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June 30, 2005 9:05:04 PM

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Folders, options, "Hide extensions of known file types."


"tom" <tom@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> All of the sudden, the TITLES to my WordPad, Rich Text and Notepad
> documents now all have file extensions; i.e., .doc (WordPad, .rtf (Rich
> Text) and .txt (NotePad).
>
> What did I screw up to cause this? And how can I restore the default
> behavior where the extensions are not needed? (I do not have MS Word.)
>
> Thanks again all.
>
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> ----This email scanned by Norton AntiVirus 2005----
>
>
July 2, 2005 3:40:05 AM

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"" wrote:
> All of the sudden, the TITLES to my WordPad, Rich Text and
> Notepad documents
> now all have file extensions; i.e., .doc (WordPad, .rtf (Rich
> Text) and .txt
> (NotePad).
>
> What did I screw up to cause this? And how can I restore the
> default
> behavior where the extensions are not needed? (I do not have
> MS Word.)
>
> Thanks again all.
>
> --
> ----This email scanned by Norton AntiVirus 2005----

Is it so important that you musnt see the extension of the file?

Also, .doc is more commonly considered Word Document, txt is
considered to be a plain text file and rtf is a rich text document.

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July 2, 2005 12:30:11 PM

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Actually, yes...it is important to me. It's an extra step having to type the
extension when renaming files. But the symptom goes away when checking "Hide
extensions for known file types" box in the "Folder Options...View"
tab...which I somehow managed to un-check unwittingly.

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> "" wrote:
> > All of the sudden, the TITLES to my WordPad, Rich Text and
> > Notepad documents
> > now all have file extensions; i.e., .doc (WordPad, .rtf (Rich
> > Text) and .txt
> > (NotePad).
> >
> > What did I screw up to cause this? And how can I restore the
> > default
> > behavior where the extensions are not needed? (I do not have
> > MS Word.)
> >
> > Thanks again all.
> >
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> > ----This email scanned by Norton AntiVirus 2005----
>
> Is it so important that you musnt see the extension of the file?
>
> Also, .doc is more commonly considered Word Document, txt is
> considered to be a plain text file and rtf is a rich text document.
>
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