The information in this document applies to:
Once HTML-Kit is configured as the default application for opening HTML files, it maybe necessary to uncheck the Edit | Preferences | Programs | File Associations | Open HTML files using HTML-Kit
option and reassign the default file association to be able to open HTML files in another application. This document discusses how to associate HTML files with another application.
- Open HTML-Kit. If HTML-Kit is not present, skip to the last step.
- Uncheck Edit | Preferences | Startup | Check to see if HTML-Kit is the default HTML editor and click OK
- Exit HTML-Kit.
- Now it's possible to associate HTML files with another application using the Windows Explorer's Folder Options or by enabling the applicable options in the third-party application. For example, HTML files can be associated with a web browser as follows:
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Document ID: H000110
Reviewed On: 27-Nov-2000