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    Editing Html Template in NVU

    Hi Everyone,
    I hope you all are doing really well today. today I am having a problem saving my html template to my hard disk. I would be thankful for any help you can give on how to properly edit then save my page correctly. I have read a few tutorials with no success. This is what I have been diong:
    1. Click File> Open File.
    2. I choose the file that I want to edit, in this case a html template.
    3. The template shows in the NVU editor window along with a message box stating that"this is a template".
    4. I check the box to remove the message.
    5. I edit my page. 6. I then click File> "Save As" and save the page as "index" to my hard disk.

    The Page saved as A .mzt file not a html like I need. Can some one tell me where I am going Wrong and how I can fix my problem. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you,
    Tony S.

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    Try "Save As" index.html, see if that does it.. Or maybe there's a "Save As Type" or something drop drown or list to choose from, in which you'd only have to select the html type and wouldn't then need to specify the .html extension in the filename.
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    Thank you very much snowmaker for your information and help. You are exactly on the money. This problem turned out to be a faulty download of the NVU software. I have reinstalled it, now it is working correctly. I want to thank you all again for your advice and help in solving this one.

    Thank you,
    Tony S.

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    Well I'm glad you got it going. It seemed to me that probably the program, since it was opening a file with a particular extension, when saving that file it was giving it the same extension.. But whatever you did to solve it, good on ya.
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