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    1414file types.  This section explains how to assign and edit these file 
    1515associations. 
    16       <p></p> 
    17 <table bgcolor="#B0D0B0" width="480" cellpadding="2" border="2" align="center"> 
    18 <tr> 
    19 <td align="center"><font size="4" face="Verdana"><strong> 
    20               Contents 
    21             </strong></font></td> 
    22 </tr> 
    23 <tr> 
    24 <td> 
    25 <table width="100%" cellpadding="2" border="0" bgcolor="#FFFFFF"> 
    26          
    27 <tr> 
    28 <td colspan="3"><a href="#simple">Simple Instructions:</a></td> 
    29 </tr> 
    30            
    31 <tr> 
    32 <td colspan="1"> </td><td colspan="2"> 
    33             Add association 
    34           </td> 
    35 </tr> 
    36            
    37 <tr> 
    38 <td colspan="1"> </td><td colspan="2"> 
    39             Edit association 
    40           </td> 
    41 </tr> 
    42            
    43 <tr> 
    44 <td colspan="1"> </td><td colspan="2"> 
    45             Remove association 
    46           </td> 
    47 </tr> 
    48          
    4916       
    50 </table> 
    51 </td> 
    52 </tr> 
    53 </table> 
    54 <p></p> 
    5517       
    56 <p></p> 
    57 <img width="20" src="../gatherer_small.gif" height="20"><a name="simple"> Simple Instructions:</a> 
    58 <p style="text-align:justify"></p> 
    5918To alter file associations open the "File" menu and click "File 
    6019Associations...". 
     
    6524choose the application from the "Browse" dialog.  "%1" can be used in the launch 
    6625command to insert the name of the file being opened.  Once these are filled out, 
    67 "Add Association" is enabled and can be clicked to add the association. 
     26"Add" is enabled and can be clicked to add the association. 
    6827<p></p> 
    6928To edit an association, select an existing file extension.  Any existing 
    7029associated command is shown in the launch command field.  Edit it, and then 
    71 click "Replace Association". 
     30click "Replace". 
    7231<p></p> 
    73 To remove an association, select an existing file extension and click "Remove Association". 
     32To remove an association, select an existing file extension and click "Remove". 
    7433(The file extension remains in the "For Files Ending" pull-down list.) 
    7534<p></p>