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in notepad, under where you type the name of the file, choose all files. then in the name box, type your filename you want and then add .html to the end of it. example of what to type in the name box:TEST.htmlLG

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notepad automatically tries to make it save as a .txt file.You do not need to go into the drop down menu, leave it on .txt and then just type in the name of your file and then add .html on the end.So say I had a file I wanted to call "lemon". i'd type this in as "lemon.html" regardless of what filetype it was on.

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Another easy way: Somewhere in Control Panel you'll find a way to show file extensions. That way you can rename the file and the extension

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You can text veiw it in any browser to make sure its working.Just follow these steps:1. make document and save2. open browser3. in top corner select File4. Select open file5. find the folder your web page is in and click on it6. click open!! (yay)

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