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Displaying MHT's from other than Desktop location

by multiplexusa / December 31, 2010 5:28 AM PST

Is there a way to edit and recode a .MHT so that it can be successfully opened from locations OTHER than the Desktop? Is there any way to "fake it out" so that it 'thinks' its being run from the Desktop? What about editing the internal code somewhere?

Ive checked many web postings on this dilemma and the only suggested solution is to open the file from the Desktop location. This could be very cumbersome and inefficient if one has many of these to view, store and print and theyre located in various folders.

-Dave

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